Sheltie Video: Trimming Sheltie Ears

* Learn how to trim . With just a few tools you can get ‘er done! Grooming shelties is part of keeping them healthy and looking gorgeous!.

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Trimming Sheltie Ears Ears

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    • Lindsey
    • June 24, 2016

    Wow he looks so nice 🙂 I don't get my sheltie's fur groomed and cut professionally…or by me for that matter, cause the breeders we got her at was for size not beauty, so she's really small but has really thin fur for a sheltie, but I love her anyways :). But besides the point, your work is so beautiful :)

    • Maria Malinowska
    • June 24, 2016

    Also I have a sheltie , who has one year and seven months . I' m going to  go to the exhibition . This will be my first exhibition and I do not know too much how to prepare : / Maybe you know how to prepare? 🙂 Because I see that you have beautiful dogs and probably walk to the exhibition , yes 😉 ? For me, the problem is that my dog is often shag , and behind the ears has faded  dingy : / Another problem is that it probably has too flagged ears 🙁 Do you know how to fix this? I ask because I see that your dog has a beautifully protruding ears : D I have a few questions , and I apologize in advance that so many ; ) what do you use for hair care and recommend what food to the dog was very thin as yours? :)

    • Beryl Gillespie Simpson
    • June 24, 2016

    I'm in Scotland and wouldn't cut my shelties hair around his ears.   I was always told the tips of the ear should bend over to win prizes.

    • Chris
    • June 24, 2016

    Very informative. After you have finished trimming the ears for the show ring and they are standing up, add some lead powder, and cover it up with brown chalk and go over the tips with a black sharpie. Seen it done by lots of handers.

    • KaylaTheDestroyer
    • June 24, 2016

    what kind on finishing conditioner/de-tangling spays do you use?

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