Chloes first scissor cut

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Chloes first scissor cut

Post by amber » 30 Aug 2008, 18:18

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Post by amber » 30 Aug 2008, 18:20

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Post by amber » 30 Aug 2008, 18:21

Mustn't leave Bella out
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Post by amber » 30 Aug 2008, 18:22

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Post by ALLY LAMBELL » 30 Aug 2008, 20:26

Did you do it yourself? It looks a good job!!!!

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Re: Chloes first scissor cut

Post by MrsAdmin » 30 Aug 2008, 22:59

They are both very lovely :D

Does Chloe have a more curley, thicker coat than Bella? Bella's coat seems more like her mum's, Freya, with a wooly twist.

I am trying to guess what Becky's coat will look like when it grows back and is even all over. She looked like Freya's in a way when we got her but now it's back to short chenille, with little fluffy curls starting to creep up her legs.
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Re: Chloes first scissor cut

Post by amber » 30 Aug 2008, 23:56

Hi Mrs Admin
Bella's fur is definitely fleecey,very soft. Chloes is less mat
and many more strands of hair and seems to have a sheen to it.
Both are quite different.
Freya is an F1b, and her fur is much more of a courser texture
than either daughter, but curly.
Bellas is growing again now and seems to be curling more.
Its an endless source of interest, out Doodles coats isnt it :P . Looking forward
to seeing more pics of Beccy Doodle

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Re: Chloes first scissor cut

Post by calpop » 01 Sep 2008, 19:56

Both girls look so stunning....but then they always do :)

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Post by amber » 01 Sep 2008, 20:06

Aww thankyou!X

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Re: Chloes first scissor cut

Post by LouBeale » 01 Sep 2008, 20:16

They do look very posh indeed. I am currently looking at Teddy who is in a completely scruffy, filthy, unkempt condidion at the moment - but we do have a major, major dig going on in the garden at the moment. To be honest, I like him like that, he seems more macho somehow. :lol: I will be booking him in for something very shortly, even if it is only a shampoo and set, hehe :shock: .

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Post by ALLY LAMBELL » 01 Sep 2008, 20:30

They look gorgeous, is that what they call the "Hob look???"

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Re: Chloes first scissor cut

Post by steph08 » 02 Sep 2008, 16:29

Linda, did you do it yourself? It looks a good job, they are so gorgeous! Where do you start? xx
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Re: Chloes first scissor cut

Post by Elbumble » 02 Sep 2008, 20:17

Your girls look beautiful Linda, you know I especially love Bella :D I must admit if she has babies I'm going to be sorely tempted! :lol:
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Re: Chloes first scissor cut

Post by Bid » 02 Sep 2008, 20:20

Chloe looks very smart - like a young pup! Is she pinging around like the newly shorn sheep do?
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