Miley is going to the groomers on monday.I usually do her myself because up til now they always seem to cut her like a poodle and because she is so little she doesnt look like miley at all when she comes home.I like to keep the round teddybear face and fluffy paws but they always give her pipecleaner legs and a poodle buffant head lol so any pics appreciated so i can take them and sho the groomers.thanks xxx
Jojo, speaking of grooming...you need to tell me how you groom Honey's beard. Her coat and features are so close to Lady's, but Lady's beard is way too long for a Lady.
Mandy, I haven't had 1 good professional groom yet, so my pictures won't be of any help.
Hey I am no groomer, cut and hope for the best kinda girl .. Honey is so gorgeous she just carries it off well lol .. I do use scissors for her muzzle area, I just snip off the ends and use thinning scissors to try to thin it out, although my thinning scissors are not very good, so I pretend to be a hairdresser and cut into it a bit lol, I tend to just cut a little bit at a time to try to get the look I like.. It really is that easy ... Honey needs a cut but I am managing matts and I am so proud of myself, but in the next few weeks both girls will be clipped.. it is much more practical for the lovely Spring I am predicting ha ha ha
I would love to see pics of groomed cockapoo faces. I think that's the hardest part to know how to get right and I guess is personal choice. I prefer no beard but am never sure how short to go?! Also, how do you cut the hair along the side of their face? - if they can keep still that is!! -is it just below the mouth and along to under the ear? Biscuit's face hair could almost do with thinning out a bit. What do you call the hair in the middle of the face - I call it a 'fan'!!
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Poor Molly gets to suffer my grooming attempts - this is more or less how she usually looks (although not quite sure why the hair is sticking up on her head like she has a cone - that bit is usually brushed back flat)
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