Once the dog is completely fluff dried, you can move onto step, Clipping, Scissoring & Styling.
First, choose your desired blade and comb attachment.
Proceed to clip the dog in the direction in which their coat grows to avoid leaving clipper lines and to achieve an even look all over. If you would like the fur on their head to be longer we advise using a comb attachment 2 or 3 lengths longer than the one you use on the body and leaving the tail unclipped as this can be tidied with scissors.
When clipping your dog’s body you want to start from the back of the head (occiput) and move all the way down to the croup/tail set. After clipping the chosen area, we would recommend having a brush or comb handy so that you can brush the coat up and clip the dog’s coat for a second time to remove any bits of hair which may have been missed. This will be a lot easier providing you have followed each of the previous steps and completed your prep work efficiently.
If you have chosen to use scissors on parts of the dog for their groom, make sure you choose ones which have been sharpened and that you are comfortable using in order to safely achieve a neat, tidy and professional dog groom.
Complete the cut by giving the dog a nice round foot and ensure their muzzle is tidy and their eyes are clear so that they are able to see.
Finish off the dog groom with a spritz of dog friendly cologne to leave them smelling and feeling FURbulous!