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Chi-Chi Berry
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posted 07-17-2003 11:18 AM           Edit/Delete Message
I am trying to find what type of grooming equipment is used for toy poodles and where to purchase it. If anyone can offer information on this topic, it will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Julia1119
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posted 07-17-2003 12:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Julia1119     Edit/Delete Message
Try this site--
http://www.drsfostersmith.com/default.cfm?siteid=0

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ilovemypets
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posted 07-17-2003 12:14 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for ilovemypets     Edit/Delete Message
I'm not sure, but I believe a pin brush is for poodles... try www.drsfostersmith.com they have some good grooming tools! Or if you have a local petsmart they have good ones too!

[This message has been edited by ilovemypets (edited 07-17-2003).]

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ilovemypets
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posted 07-17-2003 12:18 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for ilovemypets     Edit/Delete Message
Sorry lol! I didn't see the previous post! We mut have posted ad a very close time!

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Julia1119
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posted 07-17-2003 12:41 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Julia1119     Edit/Delete Message
We must have! I love that web site!

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Julia1119
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posted 07-17-2003 12:43 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Julia1119     Edit/Delete Message
Your link went to something that wasnt a pet website!!! prudential real estate in south carolina!!!! i think you forgot the "drs" part. i wasnt expecting that lol

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ilovemypets
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posted 07-17-2003 01:08 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for ilovemypets     Edit/Delete Message
When did u look at it? lol I was embarassed at it kinda. So as soon as i posted it i edited it! lol

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puttin510
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posted 07-17-2003 02:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for puttin510     Edit/Delete Message
Try www.petedge.com They have a multitude of info and product. They sell all the grooming thing. But you could check that and and see what you need and go to a local store and get them. With my poodle I use a clipper set my MIL gave me. Someday I will get an upgrade, it is an Oster, not sure how old it is, but with ioling and sharpening of the blades and motor up keep they last. I use a small mustach trimmer to trim the hair out of her pads and from around the nails. I usually use a slicker brush to brush her. I blow dry her hair before clipping so that her hair is all one length and not curled so you can get an even trim. Some go out and buy the expensive pet air driers. Usually people with larger poos. Sometimes I use a wide toothed comb while drying. Some wuld say to get the metal comb these movable bars on it so not to casue breakage. Nail clippers or a dremel(which I suggest) you can dremel down low enough without quicking your dog. Well thats it for now, let me know if you need more help. If you want I can give the the addy for the poodle forum I go to. They have a grooming section on it.

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puttin510
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posted 07-17-2003 02:57 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for puttin510     Edit/Delete Message
What ever you do DO NOt buy those little battery chager Whal clippers. They are only good for a few uses. The hair gets shoved up into the thing and you can't get it out. I opened mine and it broke. I sent it back and they sent me a new one but still with all the hair acumalation its not woth it. Get a cordless mans beard trimmer. There is a small attach\ment that pops out that works very well for around the nails. Though the rest will not work. My hubby uses that part.

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