Bathing Process

When the coat, beginning at the back of the neck, then down the spine toward the nil. Keep the water nozzle very close to the skin to allow the water to fully penetrate the coat. Bring the water back to the shoulder area and work one side of the pet, including the legs. Repeat the process on the opposite side.

If the pet has a heavy coat, be sure it is thoroughly saturated. Return the sprayer to the head area and wet the head. Take care not to get water into the ears or up the pet's nose. If the pet resists, lower the water pressure and place your hand between the eyes and the nose to create a shield that will prevent the water from getting into the nose.

If the pet grooming has any type of debris caught in the fur around its eyes, in the furnishings of the ears or under the tail, saturate those areas with warm water. Allow these areas to soak while wetting the rest of the body. Keep the spray hose as close to the pet's body as possible to work efficiently. Check the pet's glands and express them, if necessary. Rinse any debris off the pet and down the drain.

BATH TIPS:

Place the pet in the professional dog bath tub and secure it so its head cannot hang over the edge of the tub. A rubber mat on the bottom of the tub will help make the pet feel more comfortable and prevent its feet from sliding the water temperature should be warm and comfortable to the touch.

GROOMING FACTS – DOG KEY LANDMARKS

Finding the Outline of a Dog

The overall length of a dog is measured from the point of shoulder to the point of rump and from withers to ground. The distance between the withers and the top of the elbow and the distance between the elbow and the ground will dictate the overall balance and proportion of a dog. Most breed standards refer to the body proportion as being square or rectangular.

Measuring the Head

Skull types come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. The overall length refers to the points from the occiput to the tip of the nose. The stop area is frequently used as a key measuring point of the relationship between the length of top skull and the muzzle.

PATTERN SETTING

All patterns are set in relationship to bones and muscles There are few key areas about the neck, chest, thighs that allow stylists to set body patterns on the dog that are well balanced and symmetrical. On the head, the key pattern-setting points are the stop area, eye socket rims, ears, cheeks and the back corners of the shoulders, ribs and mouth, and the occiput. On trimmed pets, pattern placement is critical to create a stylish haircut that accentuates the dog's features in a positive light. Balance, style and flair all are seen at their best when a trim is founded on a sound basic knowledge of overall canine anatomy. Like anything else, the more knowledge on a topic, the easier it is to apply. And, with time, correct application will become second nature.

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