Creating a Dandie Trim Style on a Mixed Breed
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Runtime:32 minutes, 56 seconds
Jennifer Hecker shows Dandie Dinmont Terriers, so is it any surprise that she turns other dogs into this long and low Terrier style? Heck no. Every time she sees this body type on her grooming table, she’ll suggest this fun style. Jennifer will always take advantage of this easy to apply haircut whenever the opportunity presents itself.
Maybe you’ve never tried doing a Dandie Dinmont Terrier trim. It could be that you just don’t have any in your clientele – that’s OK. Look for any dog that presents a long, low outline that carries a bit of coat. If you look, I bet you’ll find many exist in your current customer base.
Watch the video lesson and give it a go. It’s a fun and easy trim to do on your everyday clients. Plus, it’s easy for the client to maintain at home
In this video you will learn:
- how to get a ‘weasley’ look.
- how to set the underline.
- how to create the correct tail shape for a Dandie.
- how to visualize a series of circles.
- how to avoid “neck creep.”
Jennifer Heckler has over 14 years of experience in the pet grooming field. She is a Certified Master Groomer, an award-winning contest stylist, a lead trainer and active pet stylist, and a high-level competitor in French Ring Sport. Ms. Heckler is active in the AKC conformation show ring and has the USA #1 Dandi Dinmont Terrier in 2010. Her specialties include hand stripping, breed profile trimming, speed, efficiency, and mobile grooming.