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WOW! That looks GREAT! The only thing that really caught my eyes was his bracelets are super poofy, especially the back ones.
 

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I had to stop for the night. He was falling asleep on the table standing up. I will finish tomorrow after work
 

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Impressive!
I definitely don't have the energy to do that kind of thing, especially after spending all day taking care of other people's pets. ;)

(and he's so sweet looking!)
 

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Looks really good. Amazing for your first attempt! I have to agree that the bracelets really need to be reduced. They are too poofy. I had to learn that clip to do our own spoos and it is tricky. Nice job!
 

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It looks great!! I'm impressed that that's your first attempt at it, it really does look good. :) I agree that the bracelets need to be smaller, but you said you'll finish that tomorrow so I'd love to see pics of it all done!

Also... I want to add that I LOVE your dog's name. That's just an awesome name, really. xD
 

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that does look great! You've got the jacket line in just the right spot by the looks of it, which is where most people go wrong!! Apart from the bracelets the only thing I can comment on is that the hip rosettes are a little big and oval, though they're wonderfully scissored!!! hehehe. Can't wait to see a finished pic with his hair all up!!! :D
 

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Holy Cheesewiz! That dog is in tremendous coat. What is his registered name and who are his dam and sire?

BTW... FABULOUS continental! You nailed the rosette placement. Make sure the back bracelettes are low enough to make the hocks look "well let down".
 

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What a great first attempt! You did a wonderful job for the first time.. kudoos to you!! And, WOW, to the amount of hair on an 11 month old. Good luck with him in the ring when he goes in, hope he does spectacularly!!!!
 

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Holy Cheesewiz! That dog is in tremendous coat. What is his registered name and who are his dam and sire?

BTW... FABULOUS continental! You nailed the rosette placement. Make sure the back bracelettes are low enough to make the hocks look "well let down".
His sire is Samarcanda Cabryn the Italian Job, an import from Italy, he has Avivim and some other European lines in him. His dam is Nobility's Faith Hill. She has some Cabryn and Brookview lines in her.

Vaus's registered name is Nobility's Vacheron Constantin tour de I'lle. As far as his coat goes, I feed him silica tablets and fish oil pills everyday for hair and skin. I take them too! :) thanks alot for the tips on the back bracelets!
 

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What a great first attempt! You did a wonderful job for the first time.. kudoos to you!! And, WOW, to the amount of hair on an 11 month old. Good luck with him in the ring when he goes in, hope he does spectacularly!!!!
He is one major away from his UKC championship, I really didn't have competition when he was a puppy, no poodle pups at the shows were hardly entered let alone gun dog pups. Maybe now he can have some real competition. I'm going to enter him in AKC as well.
 

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His sire is Samarcanda Cabryn the Italian Job, an import from Italy, he has Avivim and some other European lines in him. His dam is Nobility's Faith Hill. She has some Cabryn and Brookview lines in her.

Vaus's registered name is Nobility's Vacheron Constantin tour de I'lle. As far as his coat goes, I feed him silica tablets and fish oil pills everyday for hair and skin. I take them too! :) thanks alot for the tips on the back bracelets!
Ooh imported bloodlines. I cannot get over the amount of hair he has for being so young. He should do well in AKC.
 
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