Learn how to scissor cut your Australian Labradoodle.


Traditional Australian Labradoodle cuts.

Love that cute fluffy natural puppy look? Or the traditional Australian Labradoodle look? Well you can create that look yourself at home. And I want to teach you how.

 

When your Australian Labradoodle is 6 months old, I can teach you everything you need to know.  You will feel confident to groom your dog yourself at home.

 

Apart from the pure satisfaction of you getting to decide how you want your Australian Labradoodle to look, think of the money you will save on grooming costs Above all, the well being of your Australin Labradoodle is in your own hands. 


I own my own grooming salon 'PooDoodle Groom', where for many years, I have specialised in grooming Australian, English and Golden Labradoodle's, Cockapoo's and other Poodle mix breeds in a natural way maintaining that young fluffy look.

Grooming your own dog will be so rewarding. It well help you to build a great understanding of your dog, as well as being relaxing and fun too.

Australian Labradoodles are gentle loving dogs, with unique coat requirements  so launching them through a conveyor belt system of grooming just doesn't do them justice. Australian Labradoodle's  need time and patience which most busy salons just do not have. I was tired of seeing these dogs being shaved like sheep and clipped like poodles, with no identity of their own, through my love of this amazing breed,  I decided to train to be a scissor cut specialist. I was tired of seeing these dogs being shaved like sheep and clipped like poodles, with no identity of their own, through my love of this amazing breed,  I decided to train to be a scissor cut specialist.

 

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And the infamous jacque
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Albus the gorgeous Australian doodle
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Chilling waiting for mummy
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Look at this bear I had I
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Ha ha ha someone's been combed
Albus the gorgeous Australian doodle
This is Rupert he is from the same breed
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Rupert the bear as usual all scissor cut
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These dogs are just fabulous; they are my life and I love them all.

 

Here's how it works. When your Puppy is 6 months old I will travel to your home, (there is a map showing the area I cover) or alternatively you can travel to me.

 

On the day I will provide a grooming table and everything you will need. I will guide you, step by step, on how to groom your dog professionally in traditional Australian Style. If you feel that you would like to style your Australian Labradoodle shorter thats fine; this keeps them manageable but I can show you how to retain the characteristics of an Australian Labradoodle.

 

You will learn
*Complete scissor cut
*Maintaining clean healthy ears and eyes
*Nail clipping
*De-matting
*Bathing guidelines and advice
*Tick removal
*Grass seed awareness
*Food Advice
*Dangerous foods to avoid
*As well as general grooming help and advice

The price is just £120 plus minimal travel expenses, which is much less than 4 grooms in a salon

I am there to help you, with any grooming issues you may have including cheeky tips to help to keep them still.

Prior to the appointments, I ask that all Dogs are bathed and combed through.

 

Don't forget, NEVER bath a matted coat. This will cause the knots to tighten so always comb them through first, prior to bathing.

As you develop your skills you can contact me, as often as you like, and I'll guide you through the coming months.

 

It is a sad truth that busy grooming salons do not have the time to groom Australian Labradoodles in a traditional manner. Launching them through a conveyor belt system of grooming just does not do them justice, neither does it give the desired look.  

 

If you live too far away to benifit from my training I recommend that you  find a groomer who has experience of grooming Australian Labradoodles. Try to find a groomer who works from home. If you book a groom prior to the age of 8 months old do not allow them to clip the coat as this will cause coat damage.  

 

To achieve the traditional look of the Australian Labradoodle they need to be scissor cut . A full scissor cut will take between 2-3 hours which is time a busy salon just does not have. Your Australian Labradoodle will need to be cut every 5-10 weeks (depending on coat length)

 

Basic grooming (which in busy salons will generally  involve clipping the coat which should be avoided) will cost a minimum of £40.

If you are able to find a scissor cut specilist in your area they some will charge you in the region of £65 so it is easy see that learning to groom your dog yourself will be very rewarding as well as extremely cost effective. 

If this is of interest to you, please call or email me for further information. Please go to our 'Contact us' page.

 

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