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Goldiepoo/Goldendoodle

Post  Admin on Thu Oct 02, 2008 6:08 pm



Isn't she cute, such a nice dog and her owner brings her in regularly Shocked
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Re: Goldiepoo/Goldendoodle

Post  Admin on Mon Oct 06, 2008 8:07 pm

Alright I know everyone looked at this picture and nobody said anything, she doesn't look that bad does she. Come on I know you guys groom these dogs, share your pictures!
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Re: Goldiepoo/Goldendoodle

Post  lorie on Tue Oct 07, 2008 6:15 am

LOL, coarse she looks great! I have a Labadoodle, I"ll find a pic as soon as I get a cuppa coffee!!
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Re: Goldiepoo/Goldendoodle

Post  puppycamp on Tue Oct 07, 2008 12:10 pm

She does look great and what a wonderful owner-to bring her in regularly! I have only groomed a couple of this designer breed and they had to be stripped as they were felted messes! I fear the breeders in the area do not inform the prospective buyers that this is a labor intensive coat for fear of losing a sale. I hear the same old thing with each one "I brush her all the time!" But after I show them how to line brush, rather than just straighten the top hairs over the mats, they all feel it is way too much work and want to keep them stripped! So sad, they have such a nice profile when kept in a good clip, like the one in this photo.

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Post  CoatCutter on Tue Oct 07, 2008 12:23 pm

Looks good Shona. Was that a 1/2" comb you used? If not, then what did you use?
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Re: Goldiepoo/Goldendoodle

Post  Admin on Tue Oct 07, 2008 4:28 pm

Thanks for the compliments. I used the yellow Stainless steel Whal comb on her then tidied her up with scissors. I used my thinners on her muzzle as her mom wants it to stay cleaner. We do a lot of goldiepoos and most of them are pretty regular, we priced out the ones that don't want to maintain their dogs. I think a lot of these "breeders" don't tell the truth when it comes to the grooming requirements.
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Golden Retriever ....

Post  skyeline on Tue Oct 14, 2008 8:06 pm

clipped down 2 goldens with a blue SS earlier today. No befores,but they were nice goldens with moderate coats.....here is the bitch after . The dog looked even better !


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