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Old 01-02-2013, 09:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can you help me understand how to do this clip?

This beautiful pic was discussed a while back. I love it, but Im not sure how to do the throat/neck. It looks like the body and chest are short but not shaved, but the face is shaved. So where is the line where the shaving stops and the medium length hair begins? What should the throat and the back of the neck look like? Thanks for any suggestions!

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You have to "set the pattern" of this clip with a numbered blade. It's hard to tell what was used here but it might have been a #4 (long) 5 or 7. These blades leave hair shorter progressively, the #4 being the longest. As far has exactly where to set the legs I would recommend you buy the book Poodle Clipping and Grooming byLarry & Shirlee Kalstone. That should get you going in the right direction.
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I really need to learn how to post a link....but Ridgewood Poodles website has a step by step for this clip in the grooming section, then go to the lamb trim. The pictures really focus on the throat and neck area.
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Thanks, yall.

Wow, TrinaBoo, the instructions at the Ridgewood Poodles site are very good. I'll be saving that!
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Here's the link; it is a very nice grooming page: Grooming the Standard Poodle

The easiest way to put in a link is to just copy it from your browser and paste into this message box.

If you want to get fancy, like this:

Ridgewood Poodles' Grooming Page

that takes an extra step. Type the words you want to be a link, then highlight them. Then click the little icon that looks like a globe with a chain at the bottom. You'll get a box where you can paste the url. And there you go, a clickable link that says anything you'd like it to say!

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If you are looking for a specific name, it look like a town and country clip to me.


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