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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Fantastic image! I especially like the color cast on the snow. Nice work with the depth of the photo.
    Indeed, a terrific shot
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Fantastic image! I especially like the color cast on the snow. Nice work with the depth of the photo.
    Thanks. I can't take credit for this -- my wife took the photo. I was downstairs working, unaware that the snow had stopped and the sun was peeking out.
    She took this with her iPhone 7 too. I was impressed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    1gif: We've done Gizmo for the last three summers.
    For the record, we suck at it but he doesn't care.
    I finished the main cut today.



    Still have legs and belly to do.

    I tried cheap clippers with 4 star reviews. They did the job better then human ones. Then someone gave me used Oster powermax. They worked great but the motor mount screws got to loose to long and got sloppy. Then i tried another cheap one for thick hair. Nope. I bought a set of andis at mid price on amazon. Yeehaw. It shares clipper heads with the oster and its awesome. 5 cuts in it still peels the fur off in sheets like wool. I got a #7 skip tooth but the sheeting effect of the fur prevents it from being better.

    The primary issues i still have are...

    Heat. Cheap cutters bog and heat fast even if cutting well. Even good ones well lubed heat after 10 minutes of gentile cutting.

    Dewey seems to think its a message. I should get a gopro video of his back skin self shaving. Hold the clippers watch the skin go by.



    Dewey loves it. He will get leg thumping to the point of collapse. He becomes a quivering blob on his hips and neck.

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    Good clippers give great result. Where to stop shaving and trasitions is an art i may not have. The tail is never right. I shaved it one. It looked like a rat and a small strip fell out and never came back. Now i just cut the fluff off the bottom so its not a squirel tail. Legs are easy except his snowshoes. He has short calf fur.

    Finshed pictures tomorrow not as fuzzy as yesterday.

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    rydplrs, We use an Oster A5 clipper with a number 10 blade on Gizmo. We have had this clipper for years and used it on our horses when we were showing for light trim work.
    I always figured the bigger the blade, as in your #7 skip tooth blade, the more power you need.
    Cool Lube is your friend...

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    Gizmo has a double coat so he's tough to cut. If he was bigger I'd use one of these, a great clipper ...
    Oster Clipmaster Variable Speed Horse Clippers

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    Finishing shaving didnt happen, but im currently laughing.

    I gave the dog a marrow bone. The cat started playing with an old one and dumped it in and snagged the new one then kept it from the dog.



    The dog just got it back. About 5 minutes later. Excuse the mess. Its been about 2 weeks since vacuuming. Shaving helps both of us. It wouldnt trade dewey for the world, but ill never have another.

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    The bear was back up at the Mother and Father in laws this week. Unfortunately the game camera batteries were dead. All are fixed up now so hopefully he'll come back around.
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    Caught Yogi on camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
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    Looks like the pups had no problem doing the same.

    It's good to see you take a break for a change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
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    Everyone sure seems comfy.😄 Gotta love it when the rascals take a nap with you.

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