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Old 05-20-2019, 01:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This may be like sharing a bath picture of your kids........embarassing! Sorry Abella.
I use hair scrunchies to separate her hair before she goes outside. Hoping this may be helpful.

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She is so lovely!!!!!!
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Old 05-27-2019, 03:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I'm glad I'm not the only one! I get a lot of laughs, especially from my hubby. I use the tiny claw hair clips

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This may be like sharing a bath picture of your kids........embarassing! Sorry Abella.
I use hair scrunchies to separate her hair before she goes outside. Hoping this may be helpful.

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Lydia, Georgie Girl is beautiful!
I figure this is just the price of beauty! lol...... And so much easier than having to wash and dry her rear end hair every time she pees - pee stains are so hard to get rid of on Maltese pure white hair! I tried using the claw clips on Abella and bless her heart she would shake and they would fall out or slip. Is there a secret in keeping them in position!

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Thank you, so is your sweet Abella! For sure keeps them cleaner I use these from Amazon,but you have to be careful NOT to get tailbone caught, they are strong! Hubby caught Georgie's once and she said she did not want him to EVER clip her hair up again!!! He's much more careful now, and she got over it slowly.

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Lydia, Thank you - I will have to get some of those clips. I'm thinking they will work good when I'm grooming Abella too (sectioning her hair for styling). I like how they don't have an opening inside the claw teeth (not sure if that makes sense) they look like they hold tight!

Abella has a doggie door and she is now trained to ring her bell that hangs by it, and wait for me to come and clip up her "skirt" before going out. Sometimes she rings it a couple times "Where is my servant?" lol! Nothing compares to a Maltese!

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I’m loving these conversations. I never thought about this issue before. I’m glad I have a boy!!!
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Iím loving these conversations. I never thought about this issue before. Iím glad I have a boy!!!
Mare, Long haired boys are actually worse than girls when it comes to pee staining......boys lift their leg- girls squat!

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I’m not planning to let Jeep’s hair get that long. He’s not into hair clips.

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Yes......I remember you saying that! I can't even picture Jeep in a long show cut........lol! He's all Boy!
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