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Discussion in 'Dog Grooming Forum' started by aussiemyf7, May 18, 2009.

  1. aussiemyf7

    aussiemyf7 New Member

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    The vet I nurse at has recently started dog grooming, we had our first clip today, a little Maltesey type names Oliver.
    I have never had anything to do with clipping or shaving, owning (kelpies and JRTs) but after Olivers clip, he looked pink, like it was too short.
    Is that normal?
    Did the groomer do it too short?
     
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    Groomer might have done it to short, might have used to much preasure, maybe the dogs skin is just a bright pink, might have a razor burn, might have had to go very short as the dog might have been very very matted. there are so many reasons why the dogs skin was pink. more then likley either she had to shave it down due to matting, or used to much presure on a sensitive dogs skin
     

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