Season 2, Episode 86


Learn from the best, Jessica Legath! Episode Three of this three part series

In this three part series, learn how to groom an American Cocker Spaniel from Jessica Legath and her daughter Rachael. In this episode she shares how to groom a cocker spaniel for a dog show. Learn how to trim the head, stripping the coat and how to groom cocker feet. So many fabulous tips and tricks – Well worth the watch!

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Buy it premade: Liquid Health for Animals K9 Ear Solutions


Make it yourself!

16 oz. bottle isopropyl alcohol (or witch hazel)4 tablespoons Boric Acid Powder16 drops Gentian Violet 1% Solution
Mix all ingredients in the alcohol bottle & shake. (make sure you shake before every application).

Treatment: Fill ear with solution & massage gently for 30 seconds and wipe with a tissue. Fill a second time and just wipe without massaging. The dog will shake the excess out. Be careful, the Gentian Violet could stain. I use an eye dropper to fill the ear.

Treatment:2 times per day for the first 2 weeks1 time per day for the next 2 weeks 1 time per month thereafter

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BIS Bitch Jen

Jessica Legath!



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