Pomeranian. I hand scissored this dog's entire body to give him a very full but clean look. His owner likes the tassels on his ears left alone.
Golden Retriever. This gorgeous example of a golden retriever is one where I only scissor trimmed his feet and a little off the legs to make him look neat and tidy.
Lhasa Apso. This cutie got a "puppy cut" with a #4 blade, and short round head with long ears and tail.
Shih Tzu mix. This girl got a puppy cut with a #3/4 blade, and has a more square cut face with long ears and tail.
Shih Tzu. #5 blade all over, with round face and long ears and tail.
Poodle mix. #5 blade all over with a rounded face and short ears.
Poodle. #5 blade all over with a shaved poodle face, mustache, round top knot and poodle (shaved) feet.
Bichon. Bichon haircut, also called a lamb cut, with the big puffy bell shaped head style. This little girl is gorgeous!
Pomeranian. This is another completely hand scissored dog. The tail is brushed out and left natural.
Austrailian Shepard. This dog received a summer strip with a #7 blade. This is also known as a kennel clip.
Cairn Terrier. This little guy just needed a good brushout and trim. I used a #1 1/2 snap on comb with a clipper to trim down the body and had to scissor the legs. His head is a short version of a terrier style for cairns, westies and similar breeds
Pomeranian. This toy size pomeranian is shown with a full coat and no trimming.