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I'm just wondering how long does it take for your dog to have a full groom, i.e. bath, dried and cut? My groomer can take up to 4 hours sometimes, but she likes to give them timeouts and breaks if they're getting a bit fed up, whereas my friend takes her cockapoo somewhere else and he's done in 90 minutes! It's just such a massive difference in length of time. I mean she does have her dog pretty much scalped. He doesn't seem to have any particular shape cut, he looks like he's just shaved all over, but my groomer will shape my dog's face to keep that teddy bear look. So anyway, I feel like 90 minutes seems pretty quick, although I do feel 4 hours is quite long. How long does it take yours to be done?
 

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I do Rufus myself every Saturday morning. One week I'll focus on his face and head, next his legs, then body, then rear end. He gets a complete brush out and his nails and ears done each week and his teeth I do every morning. I'm guessing it takes me half hour to forty-five minutes most weeks. It might sound obsessive but he hates the groomer which was taking about four hours. This way he never looks great, but never looks terribly over grown either.
 

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