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Hi, I just saw what a great job Puddlesmom did on the other thread. I was wondering what scissors to use and what materials I need to groom a puppy. I would never trust a groomer with my dog since I hear stories about people bringing their pets in for a trim...and when they get back, its all shaved off!
 

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Originally posted by AJ@Jul 13 2005, 11:47 AM
Hi, I just saw what a great job Puddlesmom did on the other thread.  I was wondering what scissors to use and what materials I need to groom a puppy.  I would never trust a groomer with my dog since I hear stories about people bringing their pets in for a trim...and when they get back, its all shaved off!
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Here is a link to how to groom your puppy buy JMM.
Actually they are all links created by JMM
Her information is really good and helpfull. The pictures make it easy for anyone to do.

Oh if don't have the money to run out and get all thise things just take your time and git it bit by bit. I would not suggest getting a cheper comb or brush cause they don't do the trick... I tried that and it is waste of money.... The products recommed are really good. You will definetly notice the difference.

I also used these to help me groom chester and chelsey. They do not go to the groomer . I do it myself... less stessful for me. Enjoy the links
http://spoiledmaltese.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=2023&hl=

It's really good.

This one is for Grooming tools:
http://spoiledmaltese.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1857&hl=

This one is Everyday top Knots:
http://spoiledmaltese.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=2351&hl=

Brush comparison
http://spoiledmaltese.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1824&hl=

If I did not say it before . Thanks JMM
 

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