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AUGUST 15th, 2013

Creating a Cute, Easy-to-Care-For Trim on a Pet Maltese

with Veronica Frosch  
In the contest ring, Veronica Frosch is well known for her exquisite grooming skills on poodles and adorable mixed breeds. When it comes to drop coat styling in her salon, she loves that clean and crisp look - but never sharp. In this lesson, she demonstrates how to groom a pet Maltese in an adorable pet trim. She uses Wahl snap-on combs and oversized blenders for most of the haircut to get a super soft look. As Veronica says, "It's all in the details" when it comes to creating a high quality trim that owners will love.  In this lesson, Veronica shares loads of those little details that make a big impact on this trim style.


We have broken this lesson into two sections. In Part 1, Veronica deals with trimming the body, legs, and feet. In Part 2, she shows you how to style the head. The entire trim is soft, super cute and very cuddly.  

Approximate running time: 40 minutes

Part 1: Trimming the Body, Legs & Feet 
Part 2: Styling the Head 

In this video you will learn:
  • Which blade works well to give a soft look to the body
  • How to deal with the legs
  • What you can do to with the tail to get a clean look
  • Why the details are so important
  • How to encourage owners to try a different style on their pet
New Mini Lesson with Suesan Watson
How to Trim the Ears of a Scottish Terrier

Award winning pet stylist Suesan Watson demonstrates how to correctly trim the unique ear style on a Scottish Terrier including; where to leave the tufts, how to clip the ear leather, and how to shape the ear tufts. 


Approximate running time: 6 minutes

Mini Lessons are only available to Members of 

Watch the full length version of this lesson in "Hand Stripping a Scottish Terrier, Part 2." 

Melissa's New Blog
Salvage Work

Working on a dirty dog is not only unpleasant, but it also takes longer to do. Plus, there will be a lot of coat damage and breakage. A dirty coat is dry and brittle. The dirt and dander trapped within the fur makes it more difficult to brush out. Working on a clean coat will be easier for both you and the pet - and much more pleasant. 


Never work on a dirty dog. If water can penetrate the coat, let your products do the job.



Grooming the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier in a Show Trim                
with Lindsay Dicken
In this lesson, Lindsey shows you how to groom a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier. The trim Lindsey puts on this dog is suitable for the pet contest arena or the conformation show ring. Her teaching style is easy to understand - whether you are a new stylist or a seasoned pro. If you have any questions about how to groom a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, this lesson is for you!  

Approximate running times: 41 minutes

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