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Dallas got groomed last week and this is what her tail looks like. I did request it. I wanted to go really funky, but my family balked at the idea, the kids really ahte the tail, but I really think it is cute. My daughter will be home from school soon, I think we'll try to groom her ourselves next time. Nothing fancy, just the basic.



 

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I LOVE it! So cool. It's so fun to try something crazy like that.
I hope you aren't leaving your groomer over the tail!
Dallas looks really nice. She is a real beauty.
 

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I LOVE it! So cool. It's so fun to try something crazy like that.
I hope you aren't leaving your groomer over the tail!
Dallas looks really nice. She is a real beauty.
Thanks, and definitely not, I love her tail!! I just want to save some $$. If we really butcher the poor dog, I will definitely go back to the groomer (with my tail between my legs.)
 

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LOVE the tail! I wish more pet owners would "step outside the box" and let their pets distinguish themselves. I do think it would look better though if the groomer had shaved an inverted "V" in the base of the tail, where the tail meets the back, like a poodle's would be. It would make the transition look better, and look like it was meant to be that way. But I love it and it looks great! You going to try a mohawk next? LOL
 

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I love her tail! I think it's adorable. =)
 

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Very cute! ;)

Depending on how quickly her coat grows or matts, or how much you brush at home, you could simply take her in to the groomer for a couple of good clippings per year; that way you could still do some yourself, and still have the professional look too, and still save some dollars.
 

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Do you dust your house with her tail or what?

LOL, not a bad idea. Maybe we should add that to the "Trick of the Month."

Very cute! ;)

Depending on how quickly her coat grows or matts, or how much you brush at home, you could simply take her in to the groomer for a couple of good clippings per year; that way you could still do some yourself, and still have the professional look too, and still save some dollars.
Her coat seems to grow pretty quickly, and I do brush her almost every night. We'll see how it goes.

I love her tail! I think it's adorable. =)
Ahh, thanks, your dog is awesome. My family would not be happy if I did that to Dallas. I did want to try the lion cut on her, but chickened out!
 

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Ahh, thanks, your dog is awesome. My family would not be happy if I did that to Dallas. I did want to try the lion cut on her, but chickened out!
If I let her grow out she'd eventually look like this (not my dog, but I don't have any ungroomed pics of my gal). She's a 'hairy hairless' Chinese Crested. If she wasn't shaved she'd look much weirder! :p

But I do like lion cuts. =)
 

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I think Dallas would look so cute with a lion cut, lol. I wanted a dog that didn't need much grooming, but I kind of wish that Ruby could have all these cute options. :p
Unfortunately, my family hates the fancey/cute groomings.
 
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