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    Old Dawg (Senior Member) mikelg84's Avatar

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    She looks great. I specifically told them not to go too crazy with the scissors & furminator and they actually listened. Her coat is a little bit shorter, but not too short. And much much softer.

    The nail trimming part didn't go that well But I kind of knew she wouldn't let anybody clip her nails. Somehow they managed to trim most of them!

    I'll keep this note

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    Old Dawg (Senior Member) SebastiansMom's Avatar

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    Good job, Pippa!

    I am so glad that her grooming session went well! I love that they give you feedback!

    Hopefully, she will like the grinder better than having her nails clipped!
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    sounds like you found a good groomer !!

    our neighbor's Bouvier was terrible about having her nails trimmed....they would have to stay at the groomers with her & control her while the groomer trimmed her nails...now at almost 3 years old, Cinder the Bouvier, has come to trust her groomer & is so much better about having her nails done

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    Sounds like you got yourself a nice groomer!! Maybe you can just work to get Pippa used to the grinder with the brisket=sound of grinder and eventually she will get used to it.

    I was lucky with Ren. His first introduction to the grinder was at his daycare at my friend's house. He watched her do her own dogs' nails and and was intrigued rather than freaked over the grinder. He's not in love with doing nails, but he puts up with it with manageable protests. We do nails every two weeks.

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