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Stone Guide to Dog Grooming for All Breeds

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ISBN-10: 0876054033

ISBN-13: 9780876054031

Edition: 1981

Authors: Ben Stone, Pearl Stone, Judith J. Tillinger

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List price: $37.95
Copyright year: 1981
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/1/1981
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 304
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.662
Language: English

About the Authors
History of Dog Grooming
Origin of the Clips
Pet Clips
Blanche Saunders
The Wire Coated Breeds
Alphabetical Listing of All Breeds
The Fundamentals of Dog Grooming
Brushing and Combing
Brushing and Combing Techniques
Tricks of the Trade
Coat Conditioner
Universal Brush
Oster Mat Comb
Brushes and Combs
The Wire Slicker Brush
Universal Brush
Half-Fine Half-Coarse Comb
Mat Comb
Shampoos and Rinses
Special Shampoos
Creme Rinse
Blow Drying
Cage Dryer
Floor Dryer
Wall Dryer
Pet Dryer
Ear Cleaning and Nail Trimming
Nail Trimmers and Techniques
Nail Bleeding
Nail Grinding
Review of Fundamentals
Clipping and Scissoring
Snap-On Combs
Clipping Technique
Technique of Scissoring
Scissoring the Poodle
Scissoring the Legs
Blending with Scissors
Scissoring the Tail
Scissoring the Head
Barber Scissors
Thinning Shears
The Poodle
The Poodle Pet Clips
The Basic Clip
The Puppy Clip
The Kennel Clip
The Sporting Clip
The Town and Country Clip
The Dutch Clip
The Bichon/Poodle Clip
The Teddy Bear Clip
The Bikini Clip
Stripping the Pet Coat
The Poodle Show Clips
The Puppy Clip
The English Saddle Clip
Standard Regarding Coat
Setting the English Saddle Pattern
Clipping the Kidney Patch
Clipping the Forelegs
Scissoring the English Saddle Clip
The Continental Clip
Standard Regarding Coat
Setting the Continental Pattern
The Sporting Clip
Standard Regarding Coat
The Pin Brush
The Longhaired Breeds
The Longhaired, Parted-Coat Breeds
The Lhasa Apso
The Shih Tzu
The Yorkshire Terrier
The Silky Terrier
The Skye Terrier
The Tibetan Terrier
The Maltese
The Afghan Hound
Longhaired Sporting Dogs
The English Setter
The Gordon Setter
The Irish Setter
The American Water Spaniel
The Clumber Spaniel
The Brittany Spaniel
The Cocker Spaniel
The English Cocker Spaniel
The English Springer Spaniel
The Irish Water Spaniel
The Field Spaniel
The Sussex Spaniel
The Welsh Springer Spaniel
Longhaired Hounds
The Borzoi
The Longhaired Dachshund
The Irish Wolfhound
The Otter Hound
The Scottish Deerhound
Longhaired Working Dogs
The Belgian Sheepdog
The Belgian Tervuren
The Bernese Mountain Dog
The Bouvier Des Flandres
The Briard
The Rough Collie
The Great Pyrenees
The Komondor
The Kuvasz
The Newfoundland
The Old English Sheepdog
The Puli
The Longhaired Saint Bernard
The Samoyed
The Shetland Sheepdog
Longhaired (Scissored) Terriers
The Bedlington Terrier
The Kerry Blue Terrier
The Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
Longhaired Toys
The English Toy Spaniel
The Japanese Chin
The Papillon
The Pekingese
The Pomeranian
Longhaired Non-Sporting Dogs
The Bichon Frise
The Chow Chow
The Keeshond
The Shorthaired Breeds
Shorthaired Sporting Dogs
The German Shorthaired Pointer
The German Wirehaired Pointer
The Chesapeake Bay Retriever
The Curly-Coated Retriever
The Flat Coated Retriever
The Golden Retriever
The Labrador Retriever
The Wirehaired Pointing Griffon
Shorthaired Hounds
The Wirehaired Dachshund
The Norwegian Elkhound
The Saluki
Shorthaired Working Dogs
The Akita
The Alaskan Malamute
The Australian Cattle Dog
The Belgian Malinois
The German Shepherd Dog
The Shorthaired Saint Bernard
The Siberian Husky
The Cardigan Welsh Corgi
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Hard Coats, Long Legs
The Miniature Schnauzer
Scissoring the Schnauzer
Stripping and Plucking
The Standard Schnauzer
"Rolling" Coats
How Often Do You Work a Rolling Coat?
Warning Notes
How to Strip by Sections
A Blown Coat
Clipped Areas
Blending Furnishings
Face and Eyebrows
Clipping a Pet
The Giant Schnauzer
The Airedale Terrier
The Border Terrier
The Wire Fox Terrier
The Irish Terrier
The Lakeland Terrier
The Welsh Terrier
The Short-Legged Terriers
The Australian Terrier
The Cairn Terrier
The Dandie Dinmont Terrier
The Norfolk and Norwich Terriers
The Scottish Terrier
The Sealyham Terrier
The West Highland White Terrier
Conditioning and Cleaning
Preparing for a Show
Terrier Heads
Shorthaired Toy Dogs
The Affenpinscher
The Brussels Griffon
The Shorthaired Non-Sporting Dog
The Schipperke
The Smoothhaired Breeds
Smoothhaired Sporting Dogs
The Pointer
The Vizsla
The Weimaraner
Smoothhaired Hounds
The Basenji
The Basset Hound
The Beagle
The Black and Tan Coonhound
The Bloodhound
The Smooth Dachshund
The American Foxhound
The English Foxhound
The Greyhound
The Harrier
The Ibizan Hound
The Rhodesian Ridgeback
The Whippet
Smoothhaired Working Dogs
The Boxer
The Bullmastiff
The Smooth Collie
The Doberman Pinscher
The Great Dane
The Mastiff
The Rottweiler
Smoothhaired Terriers
The American Staffordshire Terrier
The Bull Terrier
The Smooth Fox Terrier
The Manchester Terrier
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Smoothhaired Toy Dogs
The Chihuahua
The Italian Greyhound
The Toy Manchester Terrier
The Miniature Pinscher
The Pug
Smoothhaired Non-Sporting Dogs
The Boston Terrier
The Bulldog
The French Bulldog
The Dalmatian
Health, Welfare and Fine Points
Brush Burns
Clipper Burns and Rashes
Scissor Cuts or Nicks
Anal Glands
Teeth Cleaning
Fleas and Ticks
Safety and Sanitation
Safety Measures
Safety Measures for You
Sanitation Measures
Fine Points
Moustaches (with or without whiskers)
Tasselled Ears
Ribbons and Bows
The Genital Area
Correcting Faults by Grooming
Undershot or Overshot Jaw
Correction at Ankle
Malformed Legs
Not So Heavenly Bodies
The Show Coat
Brushing the Show Coat
Bathing the Show Coat
Oil Treatment
Topknot and Ears
Controlling the Dog
Anatomy and the Dog Groomer
Dog Shows and the Professional Groomer
Puppy Selling and the Professional Groomer
Mixed Breeds
Grooming Aids
Pet Ladder
Grooming Tray
Scissor Guards
Hydraulic Table
Cat Grooming
The Professional Groomer
Documented Increase
Professionalism in Grooming
The Grooming Shop
Quality Training
Site Selection
Shop Design, Operation and Management
Exterior Decor
Reception Room
Work Area
Grooming Table and Tool Pegboard
Sit When You Can
Electrical Power
Shop Operation
Work Area & Work Slip
Shop Management
Cost of Investment
Return on Investment
Monthly Expenses
Monthly Income
Record Keeping
Appointment Book
Master List
Pickup and Delivery
Pet Supplies
Advertising and Promotion
Grooming Fees
Naming the Shop
Clip Charts
Bookkeeping or Finances
Home Groomer
In Closing