The No Fuss Stack

The No Fuss StackWill Alexander has been showing for over 30 years and has won over 700 Best in Show. Over his 30 years, he has developed a few tricks to make showing easier. Watch here as he shows his No Fuss Stack.

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Bath Time Using Chris Christensen White on White

Bath Time Using Chris Christensen White on WhiteBathing and Drying the Bichon Frise "Bud", using Chris Christensen White on White System Kit. Great for any white breed!Products Used:CHRIS CHRISTENSEN - WHITE ON WHITE KITDid you know there is a better way to get the utmost product results by following the steps of our system?Our product [...]

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Hair Splinters

Hair SplintersHair splinters are an occupational hazard of grooming. It is hard to believe that one pesky little hair can cause so much pain and damage to the skin. Those annoying hairs penetrate the skin and stay there until they are removed.Removing a hair splinter can be tricky, since hair is so thin. Straighter, coarser [...]

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Winter Safety Tips

10 Winter Safety Tips for Dog Owners Snow, sleet, ice, wind… there's a lot to prepare for when it comes to winter weather. Just like we're affected by the cold, our dogs are, too. Here are a few simple measures you can take to make sure your dog stays happy and healthy throughout the winter.Avoid [...]

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Grooming your Bichon's Eyes with Andis

Grooming your Bichon's Eyes with AndisDiane Betelak, Andis Pet Styling Ambassador, explains how to clip the eye area to open the eyes on a Bichon Frise.SDS Recommended Product ANDIS - PROCLIP PULSE ION CLIPPER, CORDLESS, ADJUSTABLE BLADEShop All Andis Products HERE!

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Continental Trim Tips

 Join Julie from EZGroom as she shares tips on how to achieve a show worth Continental Trim!

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Practicing Your "Ta Da"

Practicing Your “Ta-Da”: Tips from a Young Dog Show ExhibitorBy Karissa Groves, age 14Hi! I’m Karissa Groves, and I love dogs, all sorts of dogs—but I really love Bloodhounds! About four years ago, I went to a dog show with my grandma. When I saw kids there showing dogs, I asked her if I could [...]

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Chalking Double Coated Breeds

Chalking Double Coated BreedsAllison from Leading Edge Dog Show Academy teaches how to properly chalk a double-coated dog for the show ring, featuring Connor the sheltie!PRO-LINE - SELF RINSE PLUSPRO-LINE - LANNY'S TERRIER CHALKPLUSH PUPPY - FAIRY FROST WHITE POWDER FOR REGULAR COATSPLUSH PUPPY - CHALKESTRAL PLUSCHRIS CHRISTENSEN - COLESTRAL CHALK HELPER#1 ALL SYSTEMS - [...]

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The Art of Glueing Puppy Ears

The Art of Glueing Puppy EarsBy Lori Kromash, Islander Wheatens (4/2007)Our breed standard states:“Ears small to medium in size, breaking level with the skull and dropping slightly forward, the inside edge of the ear lying next to the cheek and pointing to the ground rather than the eye. A hound ear or a high-breaking ear [...]

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Trimming Hair around your Dog's Ears

Trimming Hair Around Your Dog's EarsDog Grooming Tips - Trimming Hair Around Ears. Hi, my name is Jeana Ward and I am the owner of Jeana's Dirty Dog Salon in Cambridge, Massachusetts. What Liz is using on Maggie's ears today is called ear powder. It has a resin in it that allows you to grip [...]

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