I am looking to purchase a top end dryer for my Spoo. I am interested in your reviews on the K9II vs the CC Kool Dry or the new Raptor (which of the 2 do you have?) What are your impressions pls & thx.
Originally Posted by ArreauStandardPoodle
I checked out the Chris Christensen large dryer at the show on the weekend, and you can barely hear it running. It is the most powerful dryer I have seen yet, and the quietest. Would love to speak with anyone who has used one on a show coat!
I have this same sort of dryer. It is fine and I'll continue to use it for the time being. I thought it was powerful until I used the K9 II. No comparison.
cbrand, Forgive me if this is a duplicate message in reply to yours. I have not mastered the email function on this forum!
Well you are the finest person going to respond, cbrand, THANK YOU. I can report a perfectly happy ending! Thank you as always for your unending concern and guidance regarding all things poodle! I am so in awe of you! I am sort of like your secret groupie! Thanks much & best regards,
I am new to this forum, and I must say, you sure seem exceptionally knowledgeable about all things poodle! I am buying a toy poodle for a pet from a family friend. She is black with a white "tuxedo" and 4 white paws. She is only 11 days old. Upon closer observation yesterday, I noticed she has kind of a brwnish hue in some areas. Her parents are cream and the male is called a "brindle," although he appears to be more of a grey mixture with a white chest. Whew! Now here is the big question...what color will this baby be? Do you think she will stay black and white? The siblings are one beautiful black and white partipoo and one cream color with some black dots on the nose. Thank you in advance for your response!
cbrand, I need to enlist your considerable knowledge of all things poodle! I have a call into the vet (who's out this morning, arrg!) but am turning to you in case you're on-line soon. Since yesterday Chagall has been licking his right front paw, between the toes, to the point that the area is quite red. He has shaved feet, and I see nothing in the way of foreign material between his toes. It's just one paw so I am hoping it isn't an allergy. We're been outside a lot playing on the grass which has been damp at times, so I wonder if it's yeast or bacterial or a mite or something?? His ears and appetite are excellent as always. I taped a sock onto his paw after thoroughly cleaning it but I wonder what I can do to relieve the itching. Benadryl by mouth? Some over the counter ointment, or just leave him until the yet sees him (which I hope will be soon!). Thanks if you can help!
I am a friend of Kerry with Enzo. She told me to send you a message about my dog, Argon. Right now he is going through an awkward phase where his back has a slight curve to it and I have to stretch him out really long in order for it to straighten out. You can see a photo here: