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Weekly Photos

This page is designed for present forever families.  It will contain  photos of all the current pups we have for their forever families to view.  If you are viewing this page and are not a current forever family this page will help you get an idea of what our beautiful puppies look like. 
If you like the looks of any puppy you see on this page please do not hesitate to contact me so we can help you become a forever family.

  
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Grooming Faces

   Grooming Wavy & Curly Fleece  Faces

Wavy Fleece Face - Before

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Wavy Fleece Face - After
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You can take this picture to the groomer to show what you want your Labradoodle to look like.



Curly Fleece Face - Before
Coat has been wet down for trimming

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Curly Fleece Face - After

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A Labradoodle's body does not need to be trimmed as frequently as the face.  I trim faces about every ten days and bring dogs to the groomer about every third month.


Tips for the Groomer

By raising the muzzle straight up, the groomer can make a two inch swath under the neck from under one ear, across the upper part of the neck to the other ear.  The area does not show and allows air to enter the ears.

The coat on the legs should be and look thick.  The coat flows straight down to the ground covering toes and nails.  One should trim between each pad of the foot and keep the coat on the front of the foot rounded.

I have seen a number of doodles whose ears have gone untrimmed like Cocker Spaniel ears.  This is not the look I prefer.  We cut the coat covering the ears about 1/4" below the ear leathers.  This creates the look of a more boxy head.  My favorite.


Photos courtesy of Royal Diamond Labradoodles

Text provided by Green Gables Labradoodles and Patty Barnes
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