Kendal suggested to me a technique of cutting done the Matt to losen it up and then brush it out....it works as long as lady stays still.
Well you know my plan of attack............Weller will most probably never have a long coat againWell from a combination of wearing a fleece all day, dipping in and out of the sea and not being brushed for two days I now have the matts from hell. Daisy is a bit of a mess aswell!
Joking aside, they are so big I actually don't know where to start! She keeps walking away when I try and brush them! Normally I would find a small matt and slowly brush it through however these are so big that I am not sure at which point to start? Any advice dealing with monster matts very welcome otherwise the trimmers are coming out!
You'll need to watch the bits near the skin. I thought Betty was matt free but they were all right close to her skin where her coat is really think.I see, it`s a fine line between fur and matt.
Best I can describe Axl is he looks like a Rasta with waves of curls slightly matted near the skin.
Good luck with the matts!! at least you had a lovely break.Hi Sue. It is down her sides, leading to the top inside of her back legs. Also under her front legs. I have never used scissors to get through matts in the past but that might be a good plan to help break into them a bit more. Thank you. x