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A Furry Makeover

TIME FOR A MAKEOVER....
Her hair is growing longer and they drop off her body quite frequently.  Each day I have to sweep the stray hairs, they are like snow balls at times.  Furthermore the weather is hot these days.  Time to make an appointment with the "hairdresser" for my furry member of my family.

By now both of them are friends and familiar with each other already.  The first thing my groomer friend did was to shave my doggie hair from her body.  She sat down quietly for the groomer to do her job.... shaving her smooth brownish hair starting from the neck till the tail part which was left untouched.  




Secondly... the manicure and the pedicure were done....trimming of the nails... I decided not to do any colouring of her nails... lol...

Thirdly, the shower and the masssge which my doggie loves best of all.  Quietly she stood there to be pampered from top to bottom.  Then she was sprayed with some conditioner and fragrance suitable for her leftover fur.  

Lastly and not least, her ears were dug and dug.. endless cotton wool with ear cleaner.  Very "gelish" to me... that is why I dare not do that to her myself... 

All these were done and finished in less than two hours.... And both of us bade goodbye to my friend for a fantastic job done!  Oh yes, of course I need to pay but it is worth the task for every three months...

Comments

  1. Gee!!! That's like how they shear sheep in Australia and New Zealand. :D

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  2. Such a cute doggie, a pampering time for her

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  3. glad to know she loves the treatment.

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  4. Labbie! I have not seen her in so long that I had wondered if she was alright! She is such a good girl!!! Yes, in hot weather, they suffer wearing a fur coat.

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    1. She just loves the water... so I guess she must be very hot!

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  5. Your doggie looks like she enjoyed the makeover and pampering!

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    1. Just like the owner, she loves pampering too! hahaha..

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  6. Labbie is enjoying herself. The groomer did a good job.

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