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Old 02-24-2013, 10:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just wondering if anyone has pictures of a spoo in a CC, but with shaved ears?
I'm wondering how weird it would look since I want to try a CC on Sawyer, but I hate growing out his ears lol
I'm thinking of having the rest of the hair around this length
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my girl doesn't have shaved ears but she does have a blended topknot and ears if you want me to post a photo of her...

I think with the right topknot and something like a tight HCC version shaved ears could be very nice looking.

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Thanks! And yes please to pictures!
So correct me if I'm wrong, but an HCC is just less poofy sort of right?
Like the tk isn't super long, but everything seems rounded...?
Sorry, I'm an idiot lol
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yep is it a much more practical version of a CC.
This one was taken the same day she was put in the HCC

Jazz 2 by spindledreams, on Flickr
This one was taken just before her last groom but you can still see about how the shorter topknot and ears look

jazz 2-1-2013 11-19-29 AM by spindledreams, on Flickr
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Thanks! And yes, I think shaved ears might actually look kind of cool! Yay, new project If Only his coat will grow faster!
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Jazz is just a beauty! I love her cut.
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Leroy's ears were grown out from a shaved ear in this pic. I think the CC will look great with shaved ears, I would just build up the topknot and neck hair.
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i think it should look good as long as you keep the shorter top not not the full banded kind. i dont have any pictures but i groom a standard at work with shaved ears in a lamb like clip. ill never shave Esthers ears again tho it is taking far to long to grow back :(
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Ya, I definitely wouldn't be doing the full banded tk.
I used to love Sawyer's long ears but now I don't think I could ever go back. The short ears are just so easy! And I think it makes him look a bit more like a boy
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