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Proper Clipper Technique

“Hi Mrs. Evans. I had the opportunity to attend your Speed Grooming with Style class at Groom Expo West. You mentioned proper dog clipping technique but did not elaborate. I am a new teacher at a local grooming school. I find it difficult to explain proper clipping techniques to the students. Do you have any words of wisdom?” – Rhonda L.
Hi Rhonda. Proper clipper technique is taken for granted.

Pet Shih Tzu Drop Coat

Bread & Butter Grooming
Fast & Easy Pet Trims for the Salon
The majority of our Bread & Butter Shih Tzu clients request a “puppy cut”, meaning anything from a shave to a scissor all over, with a styled head. Our favorites, however, are the clients that want to keep their drop coats long and flowing.
These members of our Bread & Butter list generally schedule weekly visits for maintenance.

Pet Styling Tips From Andis Grooming Ambassador Kendra Otto

If your poodle’s feet get shaved, it is important to follow the correct pattern on the feet. Kendra Otto, Andis grooming ambassador prefers the ProClip Pulse Ion Adjustable Blade Clipper: “The 5-in-1 adjustable blades offers versatility. Lighter colored, red and apricot poodles have very sensitive skin, so be sure to keep blades running cool and you might want to use a 10 or 15 blade on their feet. For dark poodles, a 15 or 30 blade will work well.”

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