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Old 11-23-2011, 04:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I will not be going, but will be looking into the possibility of a live feed. If that is possible, we will be having a Crufts Poodle party here!!! I would love to be part of the action, so can do it that way. Janett will know I will be there in spirit cheering them on. We do not for a moment expect he will win, but YES, winning what he did made me super proud, and just to get an invite is positively thrilling!
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Oh, how exciting! I just got some Chris Christensen Thick N Thicker and that sounds like it would work. (Maybe the mousse or the bodifier spray?)

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Well I am off to Crufts in the UK with my girl, and am not allowed to use hairspray on her TK, should be fun, lots of back combing, but if any one has any other suggestions other than products to keep it all together, advice greatfully received
I have no advice on any products to use but will say practice at home at least 3 times with what you want to use before you go to Crufts. Have fun and enjoy yourself!
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Good luck and have a great time! Remember, no one else will be using hairspray, either.
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Hairspray is officially banned in my country and yet, even judges showing their dogs DO use it. I had my reservations, but now I just make my boy look good. If a judge disqualifies me, so be it. Never happened :P
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You can use "crystals" some us Chris Christenson, I use Erica Salas but you do need a Boar Bristol brush or one that has Boar & synthtic combo. I guess the Boar Bristols activate the "crystals". You can look up Eric Salas on Youtube & watch his video's of "show dogs" using the "crystal" method of fullness.

Have a great time & enjoy- don't forget to have someone take photo's.
WOW!!! I just watched the video of Eric Salas with the Crystals!

Good Luck !! We will be rooting for ya!
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As soon as anyone mentions Crufts I get really excited!
I live in the UK and Crufts 2012 is going to be my first year (not showing, just going for the action and the shopping.Eek)
I'm going with the Groomers I work for and I can't wait. We all have toy/utility breeds so we'll definitely be there on the Thursday, I'll keep an eye out for you!
Good luck!
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