Anyone up right now? once again I am bored and awake.....:banghead:
I think the shorter blade definately irritated him making it itch. I know it was not from a hot blade but because it was a closer shave. I put the aloe on it and it seemed to work but I was just wondering what technique's other's may have. Im sure there are products out there formulated for close shaving but its probably more costly. So I assume. lolno idea, did he get razor burn?? or is that even possible? do they make puppy moisturizer?? lol
Oh no! lolSting might get use to it given a few goes. I use an after sun moisturiser on T, it has aloe in it, and that seems to work quite well. After I accidently did him with the #40 the other week and he was irritated around his mouth I put some anti itch cream I had for me on it and he stopped itching straight away.
Mine reads the same as well and I have Standard's. I know the Akc keeps the the variety do***ented but our registration just states Poodle.Since it's random talk, I have a question too.
ha ha. Umm, so I just got my puppy's registration papers (finally!!) and on the breed it is just 'Poodle'.
I was curious if all poodles have that on their papers, or just miniatures? Or... if mine is wrong? lol. Anyways, if anyone knows that would be great!
If men are a really weak spot for her becuase of her past it might take a long time for her to come around. if she has been abused she probably learned that if she peed on herself the spanking stopped...therefore learning if she gave the most submissive acts she can immediately then maybe no spanking would come. You will have to just ignore the peeing until you can raise her confidence.Poodles are one breed with verities so yeah all Poodles are Poodles
Tuesday will be 2 in May. The people I got her from (well the husband) would spank her because they thought she was the one killing their geese. Turns out is was their other dog but Tues got in trouble for it so now when I have to grab her collar or get vocal with her she pees and when meeting new people she pees. Its gotten better though.
She is fine with the human clients but when I bring the dog in the yard she goes for it and gets defensive, I have worked with her on meeting new dogs, I just don't know what else to do.