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Monday, July 26, 2010

Shaved the PUG

I like to keep Bella groomed and shaved esspecially in the summer months (which is year round here). . .back in Idaho I had a great groomer who only charged me about $15.00 to shave her and clip her nails. However, since moving to Phoenix I have not been able to find an affordable groomer. On Saturday I decided to take matters into my own hands! I have shaved Bryan's head before and so I figured it couldn't be much different.

Bella suprisingly stood very still for me! All those trips to the groomer paid off :) I shaved her body and tail, bathed her in the tub afterwards and then clipped her overgrown nails. She acts like she feel a lot better. Pugs really have a lot of hair!! My clippers were working pretty hard. I left the end of her tail kinda puffy like a lion tail, I must say she looks pretty good for my first ever attempt!


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1 comment:

Sherri said...

Looks like you might have a closet career in grooming :) We tried to groom my lhasa apso and he looked like he'd been attacked by an egg beater.

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