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Old 12-19-2009, 12:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I would love to find some pictures of pet poodle cuts. I have been going thru lots of search engine results and find pretty much the standard show cuts. Any suggestions to sites or any pics groomers would like to share??
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Here's a coupld pictures of standards that are groomed at the salon I work at, both groomed by my manager.

Dutch clip. This dogs son is cut into Gunther's cut, and Gunther's picture was actually given to my manager as a reference. This was before I was even on the forum, I didn't give them the reference.


Lamb cut done on a HUGE standard by my manager. This dog died recently of liver cancer.
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What type of cut are you looking for? Unique or the norm?
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What type of cut are you looking for? Unique or the norm?
Maybe both?? Not sure - I have the 2 so I am open.
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I just did a couple of very cute lil 'teddy bears' yesterday:

both are mini poodles

and this is Lukas, who belongs to Jaks grandad, in a *short* lamb trim (they don't brush him, so it means there's only minimal knotting when he comes in for his next groom!)

*note, his tail is still growing out from an incident with his previous groomer..... lol!*

Personally I am loving the hair that Paris has at the mo, but it'd be a bit much for many people.... I love the look of the 'modern' (essentially a lamb trim, but with a bit more hair and flare!) and in turn the german trim I like too (essentially the modern, but with shaved ears and tail) though at the moment we're working on something more in line with a 'desi' trim....

lol.
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FD, those are my two favorite trims too! (The Modern and the German.)
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