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    Thumbs up Really good information for when taking your cavalier to a professional groomer!

    This link to a professional dog groomers' discussion about how to groom cavaliers. What I like about it is how the thread shows us the grooming details and choices to consider, and how this might help us explain our wishes to the groomer!
    http://www.petgroomerforums.com/chat...ead.php?t=9773
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    That's really helpful, and lets people go in and speak the right language to their groomer. I tmight spare some owners the dreaded shaved cavalier surprise!
    Karlin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlin View Post
    That's really helpful, and lets people go in and speak the right language to their groomer. I tmight spare some owners the dreaded shaved cavalier surprise!
    Right - we've had a few members in tears when their cavaliers were shaved.
    Cathy Moon
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    Cathy, this is so timely for me. A nice couple here adopted a LS rescue and after a few months off he went to the groomer (my groomer). The communications must have been awful, I was stunned when I saw him. This groomer loves this Cavalier and was an essential person in his rescue. I am printing out the forum for his "Mom" and hoping this will help her if she takes him in again. I had him on an overnight and today, when she came to get him, she told me when she first saw him after grooming , she cried.
    Actually he went in initially for grooming it was first to tidy up his "muttonchops"-.
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