Posts Tagged ‘cavachon grooming’

Cavachon in Basket

My groomer’s name is Susan.  She is a very nice lady.  My mom had no idea where to take me when I needed my first trim.  She thought that she would be able to do this herself; after all she had been cutting my toe nails!  But, she came to find that I would never be still enough for her to give me a haircut.  So, she asked my veterinarian for advice about where to take a Cavachon for grooming.  He suggested Susan because he knew her pets and they looked good and were happy animals.

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Groomed Cavachon

I usually experience this adventure about every 8 weeks.   I know that a lot of Cavachons – and most other dogs, too – really hate going to the groomer, but so far I am OK with it.  Maybe that is because by the time I go my hair is hanging in my eyes and is so long that when I get combed it seems to take forever.  I get all these tangles, especially in my “pits” or whatever you want to call those areas at the top of my legs and arms.  It hurts sometimes when my mom is trying to get them out! She has started using a comb just like the one she uses on her eyelashes and that has made things a lot better!  My groomer, Susan, has started to cut the hair there real short and that really helps, too.  No one can  even tell (except me and my mom when I am getting combed).  This is one of the Cavachon tricks we have learned over time.  Maybe other dogs would be happier with this technique, too!  I can’t believe that Cavachons are the only dogs with tangled pits!

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Our Scruffy Kasey

When our Cavachon, Kasey, starts to look a little scruffy, it’s time to think about grooming.  Here are some of the things we do.

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