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Daisy had her first trim on Saturday. I just told the groomer to take about half the length of her coat off and trim the tail, paws and face. I told her to keep her looking more cocker and less poodle. I just love her little trim. I cannot believe how long and skinny her little legs look now :)

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Can you tell her favorite place to sit is on the ottoman - LOL!
 

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She is a real cutie x

But i do have to say i love them when there all fluffy and chunky x

(dont shout at me) i know everyone has there own preferences x
 

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I agree - I do too, but with the warmer weather she was too hot with her full coat. I thought this trim was a good compromise. I do hope to keep her hair longer in the winter :)

She is a real cutie x

But i do have to say i love them when there all fluffy and chunky x

(dont shout at me) i know everyone has there own preferences x
 

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Daisy had her first trim on Saturday. I just told the groomer to take about half the length of her coat off and trim the tail, paws and face. I told her to keep her looking more cocker and less poodle. I just love her little trim. I cannot believe how long and skinny her little legs look now :)
We wanted Keltie to be trimmed more cocker than poodle but not sure we've acheived the look as people keep commenting that she looks like a poodle!! Does anyone know what bits you leave/trim to makes them look more cocker and less poodle (if that makes sense)? By the way, we'll love her however she looks!!
 

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I think some poos just tend to look more poodle like and others more cocker
It depends on the type of coat she has, I'm sure she's a lovely looking poo xx
 
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