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Grooming a Scottish Terrier is like putting together a puzzle. Every little hair on this breed has a place. Many groomers find this breed exceptionally challenging to do. Join Kendra Otto as she works through this overgrown pet. She opts for more natural look using a longer guard comb to set clipper work on the body. The entire video is full of great tips and shortcuts to help you achieve the correct look for the breed including clipper cutting, raking, carding, thinning, and light scissor trimming.
In this section, Kendra talks about the muscularity of this breed and shows you how to set off this trait. Next she moves into styling the legs and tail. Lastly, Kendra shows you where to set the tuck-up and how much space to leave under the dog’s skirt.
In this video you will learn:
- What blade choices give you a natural, hand stripped look.
- How to set the pattern to show off a muscular physique.
- How to set in the ears.
- What points to use when setting in the beard.
- What amount of day-light you should leave under the dog.
Experts in this Video
Kendra is a published author in industry related magazines. She has also been featured in a number of pet grooming training videos via Andis Home Grooming Tools YouTube videos and now Learn2GroomDogs.com.