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Old 01-11-2020, 08:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Ling Ling got a new haircut today 💕

Hated to cut her beautiful hair but I just couldnít keep up with her thick, dense coat. She has the prettiest eyes when all that hair is gone.
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She is a living doll. It looks great on her.
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Old 01-11-2020, 09:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Ling Long is beautiful! At first I thought that photo was the "before" shot, until I saw there was no "after" shot. Her hair is still so full and long and gorgeous!

I was just wondering today what tools/supplies I should have if I let Zita's hair grow long. I've always kept my Malteses' hair short, but I'm thinking about trying long at least for a while. Do you have recommendations for brushes, sprays, etc?
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Ling Long is beautiful! At first I thought that photo was the "before" shot, until I saw there was no "after" shot. Her hair is still so full and long and gorgeous!

I was just wondering today what tools/supplies I should have if I let Zita's hair grow long. I've always kept my Malteses' hair short, but I'm thinking about trying long at least for a while. Do you have recommendations for brushes, sprays, etc?
Thank you...she had so much hair and was in a full coat. Sheís in a Korean cut now, where they shave the middle area but leave legs full. Itís just easier to manage.
As far as tools, I have a poodle comb that I use the most on my long coat girls. I also have CC butter combs, wood brush, pin brush and a madden pin brush.
Iíve been using the new Wet brush Flex and love it. Itís very flexible and easy on their skin/coat, especially good for mats, no tugging.
I use all Les Pooch shampoos and conditioners on my girls, and Paul Mitchell ginger mint detangler.
Occasionally, Iíll use a deep mask by Goldwell or Kerastase on my girls but the Les Pooch seems to be very hydrating, without weighing down their hair.
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Thank you...she had so much hair and was in a full coat. Sheís in a Korean cut now, where they shave the middle area but leave legs full. Itís just easier to manage.
As far as tools, I have a poodle comb that I use the most on my long coat girls. I also have CC butter combs, wood brush, pin brush and a madden pin brush.
Iíve been using the new Wet brush Flex and love it. Itís very flexible and easy on their skin/coat, especially good for mats, no tugging.
I use all Les Pooch shampoos and conditioners on my girls, and Paul Mitchell ginger mint detangler.
Occasionally, Iíll use a deep mask by Goldwell or Kerastase on my girls but the Les Pooch seems to be very hydrating, without weighing down their hair.
Thanks! You've given me a long shopping list!
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Joanne, Ling Ling looks so beautiful! I have often wondered how you keep all your girls in full coat. I can't do it with one!
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She looks beautiful! I've also heard that cut referred to as a Town & Country or even a "modified" puppy cut.
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Joanne, Ling Ling looks so beautiful! I have often wondered how you keep all your girls in full coat. I can't do it with one!
If she let me touch her, I could do it.
Ever since her spay when she got that huge mat, she has been so jumpy and attacks me. I am just too terrified to do it anymore.
Funny thing is...she is the perfect angel for everyone else. Itís just me who she is vicious with. It makes it very difficult.
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She looks beautiful! I've also heard that cut referred to as a Town & Country or even a "modified" puppy cut.
Thanku...yes...I think the groomer said Town and country.
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