Grooming the Pet Lakeland Terrier (Part 1 of 3-part Series)
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Sure. Lakeland Terriers are supposed to have a harsh, crisp coat. But how many pets have the proper coat texture? And what do you do when another groomer gives a Lakeland Terrier eyebrows instead of their customary fall of hair over the eyes?
In this lesson, award winning stylist Cheryl Purcell grooms a typical pet Lakeland Terrier. She demonstrates how she handles this trim in her shop on a regular basis. Cheryl terms this groom a ‘pet strip.’ They are easy and super-fast to do for the busy salon. By using her techniques, you can retain some of the coat texture even though the dog is clipper cut.
By the time you view the entire lesson, you’ll be crystal clear on how to groom your next pet Lakeland Terrier to breed profile.
In this video you will learn:
• How hormones effect coat growth.
• What blade lengths to use on different parts of the body.
• How to identify the edge of the ear leather.
• How to scissor the legs to avoid the dreaded ‘key-hole’ front.
• What reference points should you use when setting in the fall.
Cheryl Purcell NCMG began her grooming career in 1991. A Nationally Certified Master Groomer, Cheryl is known nationally and internationally as one of the industry's top pet stylists. She has been successfully competing and winning at grooming competitions since 1993. Major wins include Multiple "Best-In-Show" wins and multiple "Best-All-Around" wins. She ranked as a GroomTeam USA Top 10 Stylist from 2002 to 2007 (a group composed of the top 10 groomers in this country).
Cheryl also served on the Board of NEPGP (New England Pet Grooming Professionals) for several years, was the 2005 Groom Team Liaison and is the current GroomTeam Coordinator.
For more information about lessons with Cheryl, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-792-0484.