Poppi, who is a 9-month-old miniature poodle, gets groomed every 4-5 weeks by a professional who grooms show poodles. We brush her almost daily in between grooming sessions. She has never enjoyed being brushed as she does not like to be still, but ever since she was groomed last time, just over a week ago (her coat is changing and due to some matting, very sadly, it had to be shaved), she is VERY resistant to being brushed. She won't sit or stand still and squirms away from any brushing. We don't know if she was traumatized during the last grooming, but this is a major problem since the brushing is so crucial. Does anyone have suggestions as to how to improve the brushing experience? We do give her treats periodically while on the table. She used to want to get up on the table for brushing, but she does not want to get on the table anymore. Thank you.