>I don't even want to think of scissoring her feet, especially since I'm bad
>at it & they always look ragged after I'm done.
I wasn't at all good at it when I started, either. I just ignored the
funnylooking toes and kept trying new ways to trim it when it grew out - it
needed to be done, after all; we have a lot of mud. Now unless the dog
moves for one reason or other, it usually looks all right. It's just
something you have to play with. :) I groomed my own cockers, too when I
was a kid - just bought skip-tooth heads for the shaver and buzzed them all
over - it left their fur about a half-inch long. They're actually pretty
cute "naked." :D
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