December 8, 2015 Newsletter
New Video Release
How to Do a German Influenced Pet Trim on a Poodle
Amy Triezenberg 

This is one of the most popular trims that award-winning pet stylist, Amy Triezenberg, does at her salon. It's simple and easy to do. Even though it's a basic haircut, it's stylish and easy for the owner to maintain.
Amy focuses on the details as she explains this trim. As she demonstrates the haircut, she talks about her methods for achieving high-quality results.
One of her key points is understanding WHY you should do something. If you understand why you do certain things, your grooming will be better.
Just because she pays attention to the details, doesn't mean the dog is on the grooming table longer. With the tricks Amy shows you, it's fast to do, too!
Approximate total running time:  68 minutes

Part 1: Close Work and Setting the Body Pattern
Part 2:
Styling the Legs
Part 3:
Styling the Head

In this video you will learn:
  • how to get perfect cuffs with a clipper.
  • where to place the neck line on a Poodle.
  • how to tidy armpits easily and safely.
  • how to edge the topknot for perfectly clean lines.
  • how to avoid a pinched topknot.


It's like having a private coach right in your computer every month!
From the Archives!  
Grooming the Golden Retriever     
Lisa Leady demonstrates how to get a show look on a pet Golden Retriever. When she starts grooming this dog, the coat is packed with undercoat. Goldens should be athletic and muscular with a soft, pleasing expression. When grooming them, you want to show off these traits. Having large amounts of undercoat does not achieve the physically fit appearance and the excessive undercoat ends up all over the owner's home.

Lisa shows you how to work with carding tools to make even a couch potato look athletic. She strategically removes bulk to bring out the angles of this dog. She demonstrates how to trim the head with thinning shears to get the soft expression so typical of this breed. This may not be a show dog, but by the time Lisa gets done with her, she looks show ring ready.

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