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It has a neck now and we’ll do the front of the head first. Hold the chin, the hair under the chin so that she can’t move her head about and I like to trim and do the front of the muscle with the blunt scissors of it to show the pigment and the mouth. And hold it very securely. That’s just under the nose and just where the lips are to share that nice dark pigment really do, good girl.
Just to soften her expression and that will be and eye like to trim that and have to do her hair was so when we took with the muscle and we want to see her lovely black nose. Now curve scissors for over the eyes and we want to stop, every dogs head is individual and as I say if you read you breed stand it and trim to your dog and really we don’t want to suffer the expression of that and I’m taking these curve scissors around the front curving up into our heads coat and we want to trim just a quarter of an inch to be outside the quarter of her eye.
I’ve got a hair as you can’t move her head and I think sometimes people make a mistake of taking too much of the front of the head and this tends to make them have a slightly starry expression and it doesn’t give a very sweet look so we do need a nice sweet of hair around and that over the eyes. Comb the hair up and we want to take the long from just behind the back of the ear straight down into the shoulder as we want a tube. Too much of her hair will shorten the neck so if we take this out this is behind the hair and we feel we let it in. And its all straight and that’s your height of a head coat we want actually height of the back of the head is not actually the front of the head because we want to make her neck look slightly longer so it’s 1/3 of body length and so stand her up and we’ll come up around.
This is still very baby, baby cote this on this need tipping the strength from this eye. As you could see it’s quite crispy and the top of the head and I’m taking quite a lot of — because this is really the end of our puppy coat. Now we do the sides in the bed and actually sleep over on the show lead and put the show lead on your arm and hold your hand under her jaw, slit the lead on to your hand and bring it up behind her ears.
Hop the coat directly behind the head, bring your show lead down and that’s it but layered actually brings her ears up so that we can trim the outside in the desired circle. Come along with that be it line and I would just round that off slightly, stand around that way slightly. And then we stand back and then it will stand back
And I think that was it and you had enough for one day and stand up and we’re back where we started.