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coat is made up of an undercoat and an outer coat.
former is soft and fluffy; the latter is long, straight and harsh, and covers
the whole of the body.
coat is very abundant around the neck and the fore part of the shoulders and
chest, forming a frill that extends over the shoulder.
forequarters are well feathered to the hocks.
needs regular attention to keep it clean and attractive.
worry, it will grow back, sometimes better than ever.
Brush against the lie of the coat to give the Pomeranian
its round pompom appearance.
Brush the coat with the slicker / pin brush. Work from
the top of the head, layering the hair as you go and making sure you reach
Next , work through the coat with the comb. If you
encounter any tangles, try to tease them out gently using finger and thumb or
a comb. If you need to use scissors, cut down the length of the knot - not
across - to ensure minimal coat loss.
Blow - dry the hair. Work from the head, layering the
hair as you go. Brush as you dry.
Check the dog's nails and clean its ears and teeth.
Trim the hair with thinning shears or scissors from the
hocks in order to give a smooth finish.
Trim the hair under the feet where necessary, tidying
around the feet to give them a catlike appearance, also cuts down on dirt
trekked into the house.
The hair around the anus should also be trimmed for hygiene
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