Jonathan David shows us how to get a layered round head using his Kenchii Shears. Filmed live in the Kenchii Shears booth at the NDGAA Fun in the Sun show.
I feel he has too ruff with the dog’s face.
Great video!! Thanks for sharing
Jonathan is an excellent teacher and I am thankful for his willingness to teach us a few secrets to grooming a beautiful dog. Thank you!
Never too late to sharpen my skills (63 and still making dog owners happy). Folding the ears does look a lot easier. Thanks!
Thank you for that very informative video. Jonathan, you do a fantastic job!
No one does it better. Wonderful job! I wish I could find a groomer that could do such a nice job. Jonathan you are a great teacher.
Nice work.. I will definitely use this technique. Thanks
He’s awesome, but fue person who filmed the video was awful, LOST the angles and missed important parts of fue sissoring tecnics :-\
Great video! Thanks so much for the help! Always looking for ways to make my clients happy!
just how i was taught to do it 20 yrs ago
Any body know what scissors he uses? I know thinners but which kind x
They are Kenchii shears. Kenchii was nice enough to let us film this in their booth. http://kenchiigrooming.com
Also, check out Jonathan’s other video here: http://groomertogroomer.com/videos/puppy-cut-makeover-by-jonathan-david/
Thank you for your reply… I can’t believe I didn’t see it said in the video title. Next time I’ll open my eyes lol
Hello! Fantastic video! I just trimmed my Yorkshire terrier’s top knot off and gave her a round face! One thing I couldn’t see on the video was when you cut the muzzle. The camera person needed to go round the other side! You said something about pushing the muzzle forward but couldn’t see what you did! Any chance you could show us from the other side please? Thank you! Sue 25/1/15
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