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Old 11-13-2012, 09:03 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Wash and fluffed straight from the groomers

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When she was a baby she liked to hide under everything

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One of her favorite ways to sleep
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Old 11-14-2012, 01:50 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Outwest, I dont know what "poodle movement" means.... Im sorry Im still studying havent gotten to that yet... Here is a video of her playing fetch at 5.5 months old.
QUOTE]Well, I see some poodle prancin' happening there. She is a big girl and very cute- such a beautiful color, too. Lou is lucky to have you!
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Oh wow thats exciting to hear !! :"the poodle prancin'" thing heheheheh
And yes she is big, (but A LOT of it is hair!) I made another video today she is trying to get a duck jerky from my husband (she is on his lap) and... you just cant even see my husband is there hahahahahha Let me get a snapshot of that... its funny! (Oh! hubby is 6'3'' tall) Some of the pics I just uploaded are probably a"repeat", you may have seen them on a another post...
Outwest, she is 6 months old (on November 10th) and 24'' to sholder and 50lbs... I'm getting her in as much professional training as I can. Classes, Private trainer... After a sprained ankle, I'm afraid that "her excitement + horse force" will lead to hear dragging me to go greet someone some day!!

Thank you for telling that Lou is lucky to have me, you truly made my day! She is pure joy in my everyday!! :-)
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Old 11-14-2012, 06:23 PM   #33 (permalink)
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Why wont this forum let me edit the message after a little while goes by? LOL

I just found this 2 pictures... aaaaaaawwwwwwwwww!!!

she is kissing hubby on the cheeck
and the second one , she is modeling!!!!!

[IMG] Lou kissing hubbys cheek aww by Lou Standard Poodle, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG] LOU CLOSE UP MODELING by Lou Standard Poodle, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Big Lou is a whole lot of cuteness! I'm dying to see what she looks like after being brushed. Now, don't get me wrong I prefer the curled look alos, but she has go to big one big poof ball after grooming. Please share next time!
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Big Lou is a whole lot of cuteness! I'm dying to see what she looks like after being brushed. Now, don't get me wrong I prefer the curled look alos, but she has go to big one big poof ball after grooming. Please share next time!

Thank you!! Last time I took her to the groomer they shaved around her eyes and in between them and she looked like Elmo!! and she was all puffy and I didnt like it all, maybe without the Elmo face and just brushed fluffy it will be fine... LOL She has an appointment coming up soon. When you brush their hair with a blow dryer to make it straigth how long does it last, I mean when does she get curly again? when you wash her, like my hair? hahahahah

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I find that my groomer's straightening job holds up for a lot longer than my baths/dries (I don't have a good dryer) but generally he ends up to start to get curly again after a couple of days (I brush him a little bit every day with a comb that doesn't hurt the skin, and maybe twice a week I use my slicker on him) but I can keep it fairly tidy looking with in between brushing. I am a big fan of the curly look, and the corded look (I don't think I have the skill or the time to cord him- but I think he would look awesome with silver cords on a white coat).

I also want to see how puffy Lou gets after he bath/brush!! But that's just because puffy things make me smile, too.
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I find that my groomer's straightening job holds up for a lot longer than my baths/dries (I don't have a good dryer) but generally he ends up to start to get curly again after a couple of days (I brush him a little bit every day with a comb that doesn't hurt the skin, and maybe twice a week I use my slicker on him) but I can keep it fairly tidy looking with in between brushing. I am a big fan of the curly look, and the corded look (I don't think I have the skill or the time to cord him- but I think he would look awesome with silver cords on a white coat).

I also want to see how puffy Lou gets after he bath/brush!! But that's just because puffy things make me smile, too.
Would like to post some pictures? I would like that! Of the curly and fluffy looks on your spoos! Maybe it will give me an idea on what to have the groomer do this next visit ;-)
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Within a week she should be curly again. There is a fine balance between curly and matt. In a couple more months you'll know exactly what I mean. There's a few months that are really hard to keep them from matting while they go fron nonmatting puppy hair to adult hair. Once the adult hair is all in, they matt much less. Many people shave them down during that time and avoid all the hassle. It always grows back again.
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Within a week she should be curly again. There is a fine balance between curly and matt. In a couple more months you'll know exactly what I mean. There's a few months that are really hard to keep them from matting while they go fron nonmatting puppy hair to adult hair. Once the adult hair is all in, they matt much less. Many people shave them down during that time and avoid all the hassle. It always grows back again.
Cool! I cant wait to see what her hair is going to look like when its all adult hair..
I have a new thread about her color, LOl Im tripping on it! Its so intriguing and exciting :-D

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Don't know about "best", but here's a shot of Rain I took this AM on our walk. She also gets a lot of attention when we're out and about. When we go into the pet store (infrequently, since it is 30 mi. distant), she wants one of everything.

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