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Old 02-04-2012, 11:16 AM
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Types of Poodle Clips

I wondered what other poodle clips members did their toy poodles in other than the usual show clips. An easy care clip that both dog and owners can enjoy would be ideal.
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Old 02-04-2012, 03:17 PM
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How about the Miami clip?



I hope to have a Poodle one day, this is what I'd keep it in, easy to maintain but still cute and pretty.
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A friend of mine has her current poodle in a clip similar to this (think its called a german clip). Her dog is a messy eater (and eats raw) so the short clip on the ears help keep him clean! She will probably have him in a closer clip for the summer but wanted some length for the winter.


And her past poodle was always kept in a clip like this.
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Honestly. with a poodle, skys the limit pretty much. I always love clean face and feet look on poodles. and a nice 1 inch all over.
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Kmes, I LOVE the German Clip! Definately one I'd replicate with the Miami too, as...I'm very lazy when it comes to brushing.
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Our poodle is generally kept in a teddy bear clip, but is about to get a 7F 'reset' shave allover, they look so handsome! Quite Great Daney.
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Thank you everyone for your input and especially KMES the German clip is just what I am looking for, I will make a few adjustments like the tail, my poodle has an undocked tail and I like it clipped short like a rats tail, with the ears clipped short as well it should balance out quite well. Not sure if I will clip the face out or not, she is very small so I might wait a while and for the time being leave it wooly, I do not intend to clip out the feet either just trim round them.
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That would be my preference too. Plain and smart - nothing flouncy. Very nice.
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Now I'm jealous. I really want a poodle but my parents can't deal with all the furs so I was given a chihuahua instead.
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Well here she is and full of herself with her new hair do

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