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Old 01-15-2005, 09:58 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Wow! That was great information!!! Wish I had it in video form !

Stupid question #1... By roughing up, do you mean that the hair is lifted up? So you do that with the clippers and attachment and then scissor clip it when you have it all standing out/up?

Stupid question #2... Next time you do a trim on the face and do the beard and muzzle...can you do another tutorial?
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Old 01-15-2005, 10:11 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Wow! That was great information!!! Wish I had it in video form !*

Stupid question #1... By roughing up, do you mean that the hair is lifted up? So you do that with the clippers and attachment and then scissor clip it when you have it all standing out/up?

Stupid question #2... Next time you do a trim on the face and do the beard and muzzle...can you do another tutorial?
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Woo is Jonathan. I honestly never call him Jonathan, just Woo LOL

Everybody likes to do things in their own order. The only thing I would say is an absolute is to do the body before the legs. I do the body first because I want everything to blend in with it. Plus, my dogs will hold still as long as I want hehehe

1. By roughing out I mean debulking. If you let your dog grow out quite a bit between clips, taking some of the bulk off before you scissor can make life easier. I tend to do that with Jonathan.

2. Yes LOL I do Jonathan's face a different way every time. It adds character hehehe
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Old 01-15-2005, 10:15 PM   #13 (permalink)
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thanks for the info. I have been learning to trim Lacey. Haven't done to bad of a job, but it is a work in progress.
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Wow! That was great information!!! Wish I had it in video form !*

Stupid question #1... By roughing up, do you mean that the hair is lifted up? So you do that with the clippers and attachment and then scissor clip it when you have it all standing out/up?

Stupid question #2... Next time you do a trim on the face and do the beard and muzzle...can you do another tutorial?
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Woo is Jonathan. I honestly never call him Jonathan, just Woo LOL

Everybody likes to do things in their own order. The only thing I would say is an absolute is to do the body before the legs. I do the body first because I want everything to blend in with it. Plus, my dogs will hold still as long as I want hehehe

1. By roughing out I mean debulking. If you let your dog grow out quite a bit between clips, taking some of the bulk off before you scissor can make life easier. I tend to do that with Jonathan.

2. Yes LOL I do Jonathan's face a different way every time. It adds character hehehe
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This is great , thanks for the information. I have been growing out chelseys hair. If your not looking for a puppy cut but just want to even things out until the long hair is in. Do you still use the clipers to take of a inch or so. I have been using sissors.

I had to show this to my husband.. It was amazing.
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This is great , thanks for the information.* I have been growing out chelseys hair.* If your not looking for a puppy cut but just want to even things out until the long hair is in.* Do you still use the clipers to take of a inch or so.* I have been using sissors.

I had to show this to my husband.. It was amazing.
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No, just trim the ends with scissors. With the clippers, you are cutting to the length of the blade. I trim Mikey's ends as needed, especially around his feet to keep his coat just off the ground. Trimming the ends seems to make the coat grow faster in my experience...I'm assuming because the ends are not snagging and pulling out coat.
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wow, you have too much patience. LOL. i really liked the pics. i also really like how you trimmed the body.
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Thanks, this is awesome!
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thank you so much.It took ALOT of time for you to do that for us all.It is great!!!
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JMM--Do you like the clippers you have? Do you have any complaints with it?
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