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I compiled some pics of Japanese Style grooming. Most of these are from windywaycavaliers that she posted on another forum. I hope she doesn't mind I posted these on here! I love the Japanese style grooming because it makes the dogs looks cutesy. I wish I had played with Leroy's fluffy face before I shaved it months ago.
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Oh my, they look like stuffed toys. Some of those are really, really cute. I may have to find a groomer willing to try one or two of those.
and now I want a Yorkie to experiment with......lol
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Oh my, they look like stuffed toys. Some of those are really, really cute. I may have to find a groomer willing to try one or two of those.
and now I want a Yorkie to experiment with......lol
I LOVE the yorkies in the Japanese teddy bear head. I love that short round little head with the cute ears. Also love when the ears are shaped to look like mouse ears. Of course most people want their yorkie's teddy bear head to have just a "tiny trim" - boring!
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I love the little black poodle with the round tk and ears, with a shaved face. So cute! Also the cafe au lait with the giant bracelets and shaved ears. Adorable!!
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Love these ! Thanks for sharing.
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What cute stuffed animals! Imagine what they look like after a week of eating...I wouldn't want to pick off the food from their fluffy little faces!
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So utterly adorable! I LOVE the mohawk....if I ever have a male, I'd definately do a mohawk
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Oh, wow. This really isn't my cup of tea at all--ie., not fond of the look--but thanks for sharing. I had no idea "Japanese Style Grooming" even existed. They remind me of anime(?) or stuffed toys or something. I guess I'm a stodgy traditionalist!

I like "M2" though because s/he looks like a poodle.
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