Show Grooming by Dog Coat Type

Dog Handlers and seasoned experts share their grooming tips.

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Groomed to win!Whether your own routine calls for stripping out  your Airedale, wrapping that Yorkie's silky furnishings, or separating a Komondor's cords (not to mention moisturizing a Xolo's skin or polishing your Boxer to perfection), there's more than one way to groom a dog. Techniques are as varied as the coats themselves. We asked professional handlers and accomplished owners to share their "cardinal rules" for keeping their dogs' coats in top form, as well as the equipment and products they love best. Their answers are listed, under the headings "Rules" and "Tools."


- Long, Flowing Coats
- Double Coats
- Curly Coats
- Hairless Dogs
- Smooth Coats
- Wire Coats
- Corded Coats
- More Grooming Tips


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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

9/25/2011 6:02:48 AM

good article, thanks

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Linda Hindes   Camarillo, CA

7/2/2011 8:31:52 PM

First show today. 6mo. old great pyrenees. Coat looked thin and lifeless,

His litter mate showed full and fluffy. What should we do to make our dog look like a show dog?

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