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The H20 line may be a tad too soft for the maltese -- If it gets too soft you are prone to more matting. I am anxious to hear Hedy what you think on this... I have to groom McC every 5 days.. doing it that often saves me time in the long run. Both of their coats are silky.. McC more thinner than Bimmer and he just does not get matting very often. Her worst enemy is him when they play.. he causes it all to happen. :blink: little stinker.
 

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there is one Kool-Pup video up of me drying Dolce, but I plan on doing the other dogs too cuz they are all dried a little differently ~~ esp Tweety with her long ears

Donna -- gonna do a bathing video too...it's the lighting in their bath area that is presenting a challenge at the moment...

Shelly ~~ i know Dolce's ears bug me...i don't like this weird Not LONG and NOT TIDY SHORt length...i want to trim them a million times a day cuz she looks off balance...but i know if i can hold out she'd be the perfect fur to carry a long ear Korean style...thankfully I can't cut with shears right now...so for the time being her ears are this awkward length...hahaha

Thanks Pat and Judy..you are too nice...

Carol -- you right about some lines being not right and causing mats -- the more nourishing shampoos and conditioners cause thinner haired dogs to mat more easily for sure...

I haven't tried the H20 line out yet...I 've been having too much fun with the Silk and the Factor Zero lately!! ...but my Pinky does best on the PP Ultra Reconstructing (AIYEEE YAHYEE Yahyee that is a mouthfull ~~ I keep tripping over my tongue when I say it in my videos)
 
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