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#31 of 32 Old 06-16-2008, 02:01 PM
 
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It's so funny, I was just browsing online and found the Xtacee Cardigans homepage, and her grooming routine sounds just like yours... right down to the products! I guess those must have a following among Cardi people. I never liked the Plush Puppy stuff. The Pixie dust has weird sparklies in it, at least it did several years ago when I tried it. I didn't like that much.

I haven't used Mink Oil in forever... I didn't know they even MADE it anymore. I showed a Boxer in the 80's and that's what they used then. But I haven't heard of that in so long... brought me back.

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Kathy is definitely my PP pusher--she's a great lady who knows her grooming! She shows in my area and Clue loves one of her show boys and they play together at the shows. Her George is one of my favorite Cardi boys (well, I guess George is a Cardi man). But my process for grooming is from Clue's and Bronte's breeder and from discussions with professional groomers.

Kathy likes Crown Royal, especially for the duck butt curls. I've never used it; I use a human creme pomade for the curls. I also like the puffy dog mousse better than the volumizing cream that she uses.

I love the sparklies! I use it only in a TINY proportion, just to gleam a little bit.
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