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Hi all

I have a 4 month old cockapoo whose hair seems to grow by the minute. I am not sure what is the best brush/comb to use but want to get her used to being groomed. Can anyone offer advice? She is fantastic in every way, so easy to train and loving - we are so thrilled with her.
 

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aww whats her name.

you best getting a slicker brush and a combe.
preferably one ith a curve as thats wah my groomer adveses


the comb should have a thing and a fine tooth on it, it makes it easiers to get the nots



would love to see photos of your girl. what coulor is she.
 

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Welcome to the site! I wish I could offer you advice, but Benny has the same problem. :p Well at least you know you're not alone with this issue. ;)
 

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Thnak you Kendal and Dave. I will look for those items. she is completely coal black and I am absolutely besotted - I adore her. How do I post a picture?


sue
 

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i use a site called Photobucket.com

but you can attach it to your post if you have the photo on your computer.
 

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aww she is a wee cutie, i know what you mean about the roses, ours dont realy grow since we got the dogs. lol

whi is her friend.
 

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Rosie's friend

Hi Kendal

Rosies friend is a 3 year old carin terrier called Indy. She is a rescue dog and is such a scared little girl. She was never socialised as a puppy which is one reason for getting Rosie. She didn't want to know her at first but now adores her and they play all day. Rosie seems to give Indy more confidence with people as she is seeing there is nothing to be worried about. She is also very protective of Rosie and sees off big dogs when they get too rough. I really wanted to get another rescue dog but Indy has such hang ups I didn't want to go through it again. I have bought brush and comb and they are really good - she is a muddy girl right now but as soon as she wakes up the brush will be coming out!
Cheers - Sue
PS. rosie is so cute a jogger stopped her run today to give her a cuddle!
 
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