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Old 10-18-2007, 05:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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WOW!

It is SO easy to cut my poodles hair. He just lays there and lets me go at it. When I go to his face heputs his face in my lap and sits their calm. I have to let him shake every once in a while but WOW it's super easy.

It takes time 1hr-2hr to do entire body... I suggest doing the head on a different day so he's not anxious to leave.

I will def. be clipping my own poodle every few weeks! Talk about a huge money saver!

Oh, he was a little anxious on his nose at first but after a few firm grips he gave in and trusted me to finish him up, even around his eyes he was perfect!!!
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Still easy to cut his air even though he's gotten a bit larger.

Nip`d his ear on accident other day, didn't phase him other than a lil yelp. *WOOPS* :(

We are letting it grow a lil longer for winter previously I was cutting every week to get him used to it.
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Well as you can see from my other post we are now taking moose to the groomers. As he is getting bigger it is taking more and more time (think hours) to groom him. Sure, I can still do it but it stresses me out to do it and he can probably sense that. He seems to like the groomers and it's not to expensive (<60).

So, for now we will leave the poodle grooming to the poodle groomers at the poodle grooming place!! L O L Can you tell I`m excited not to GROOM! HAHA
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I wish mine was easy to groom, she has other things in mind when
it is grooming time and becomes a wiggle worm.
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