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Post  FiJu on Fri May 08, 2009 5:40 pm

Here a video for my new style : Wink
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CoFDCGxwIs

Greetings Holger
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Post  MsBritmor on Fri May 08, 2009 6:20 pm

Lousy grooming like that is the VERY reason I started my webpage in the first place! Nothing angers me more than the bad grooming I see of our lovely breed, particularly in my country. There is absolutely no excuse for it! I tell people that if the groomer is only going to groom half the dog that the owner should only pay for half the groom! GRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!! "Owner request"? Nonsense! Nothing but an excuse for a groomer's lack of skills. Idiot!

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Post  Amistar's on Fri May 08, 2009 6:52 pm

grooming for show is your title???

I don't understand...
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Post  Jo on Fri May 08, 2009 7:42 pm

happy happy happy happy happy happy

but scratch I have never seen anyone scissor with curved shears along areas the want to cut straight.
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Post  Randi's Ushabti on Fri May 08, 2009 8:09 pm

I enjoyed this comedy, espacialy the comments that go along: happy happy

for example:

dogdayz (the groomer) wrote:Yes, all pet groomers should know proper styles for the breed but there are many variations that pet owners come up with so it does throw off the correct look sometimes.
Very Happy
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Post  Sandrine on Fri May 08, 2009 8:40 pm

just one word : horrible Surprised
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Post  Frostmourne on Sat May 09, 2009 12:30 pm

I think every breed is recognizable for its own grooming.
A Schnauzer is not a Schnauzer without his/her grooming.
We, always, do grooming for shows also to pet dogs and we are not interested if he/she must or not must go in Expo.
My daughter Giulia, fourteen years old, often grooms and prepares Schnauzers for Shows.
She likes do this very very much and many times in the evening her hands are twince bigger.
I know the Scnauzer grooming is very difficoult but after a so hard work the result is wonderful.
In these photos, Giulia has done the grooming to Sally and Manly.

Regards, Merylisa.

.....Sally Smile

.....Manly Smile

.....Manly Smile
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Post  FiJu on Sat May 09, 2009 2:39 pm

Frostmourne wrote:I think every breed is recognizable for its own grooming.
A Schnauzer is not a Schnauzer without his/her grooming.
We, always, do grooming for shows also to pet dogs and we are not interested if he/she must or not must go in Expo.
My daughter Giulia, fourteen years old, often grooms and prepares Schnauzers for Shows.
She likes do this very very much and many times in the evening her hands are twince bigger.
I know the Scnauzer grooming is very difficoult but after a so hard work the result is wonderful.
In these photos, Giulia has done the grooming to Sally and Manly.

Regards, Merylisa.

.....Sally Smile

.....Manly Smile

.....Manly Smile

Neutral Respect...with four teen years... silent
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Post  Frostmourne on Sat May 09, 2009 4:09 pm

Hello...I am Giulia ( Merylisa's daughter ).

I don't understand.
Can you explaine to me what do you mean ?

Thank you, Giulia.
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Post  FiJu on Sat May 09, 2009 9:49 pm

Frostmourne wrote:Hello...I am Giulia ( Merylisa's daughter ).

I don't understand.
Can you explaine to me what do you mean ?

Thank you, Giulia.

Hello Giulia,
i mean you do a great job for your age...

greetings Holger
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Post  Frostmourne on Sat May 09, 2009 9:57 pm

I thank you very very much for your kind words.

All the best Giulia.
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hahaha

Post  sternenhoch on Sat May 09, 2009 10:31 pm

Hahaha its really something I can imagine if I will on monday give dog groomed like that to our puppybuyer Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
I think I can hardly get anything for it ...

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Post  marceborzoi on Sun May 10, 2009 11:58 am

Schnauzer "Teddy Bear"??? Are you kidding me? happy happy
Giulia- you are very good groomer, I am starting to do this too. But for now, I am practising just with my dog. I am fourteen too Wink
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Post  Frostmourne on Sun May 10, 2009 2:54 pm

marceborzoi wrote:Schnauzer "Teddy Bear"??? Are you kidding me? happy happy
Giulia- you are very good groomer, I am starting to do this too. But for now, I am practising just with my dog. I am fourteen too Wink

Thank you very very much !!

I do groom from two years, and often on Saturday and Sunday , I groom dogs for other people.
I am the Handler of our little Kennel Frostmourne.
I can see from the photos you are an Handler and I want to tell you are always very elegant when you present the dogs !
In this moment we will changing our home and after this, my parents will buy for me a Giant Schnauzer for Show.
Do you like the Giant Schnauzer ?

I will like over all groom him and prepare him for Show.

Kisses from Italy, Giulia.
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Post  marceborzoi on Sun May 10, 2009 8:40 pm

yes, I am handler. Thank you thank you I am showing all of dog breeds, but my speciality- Sighthounds, Schnauzers, Shiba Inu and German Shepherds.
Yes, I like Giants a LOT Smile But you need to groom Giants- 5 times more than Zwerg Very Happy
I want to ask- which cosmetics do you use for grooming? I am using Crown Royale, Anju Beaute and sometimes Iv San Bernard...
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Post  Jo on Sun May 10, 2009 9:32 pm

Here is a little secret Dont tell Giants are actually easier and quicker to groom then a mini!
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Post  Frostmourne on Sun May 10, 2009 9:35 pm

marceborzoi wrote:yes, I am handler. Thank you thank you I am showing all of dog breeds, but my speciality- Sighthounds, Schnauzers, Shiba Inu and German Shepherds.
Yes, I like Giants a LOT Smile But you need to groom Giants- 5 times more than Zwerg Very Happy
I want to ask- which cosmetics do you use for grooming? I am using Crown Royale, Anju Beaute and sometimes Iv San Bernard...

I know I need much time for grooming a Giant because I have had a female Giant.
I use of cosmetics :
INGENYA Winner Progress for Wire Coats.
#1 ALL SYSTEMS Professional Formula Whitening highly concentrated safe for all colors and Crisp Coat Shampoo
This is the web-site : www.1allsystems.com
I buy ALL SYSTEMS in Show, but also in the best shops of animals.
I think this is an excellent product.
Do you know it ?

All the best Giulia.
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Post  marceborzoi on Sun May 10, 2009 10:09 pm

Jo- it was a joke Very Happy
Giulia- oh, I know All Systems, but my Attila were flaked from this cosmetics! Sad I was just interested, what you are using. Because, Crown Royale and Anju Beaute really suits for Attila. Smile
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Post  MsBritmor on Sun May 10, 2009 11:49 pm

I still use Crown Royale if the dog was not bathed the morning of the show, but I now prefer using #1 All Systems Botanical Conditioner after the bath. I leave it in for a couple minutes before rinsing it out, and don't use anything else afterwards except maybe a finishing spray. With the Crown Royale, I usually use some sort of hairsetting gel, along with a finishing spray. The BS will get a bit of chalk in the lighter part of their furnishings.

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Post  Zarina's Design on Sat Jul 04, 2009 5:57 pm

FiJu wrote:Here a video for my new style : Wink
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CoFDCGxwIs

Greetings Holger
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From schnauzer made a "without breed" dog???
Hahahaha,looks really awful scary
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