Scissors in hand, with me helping hold the dogs when necessary, she started in; Bobik first. He is easiest because his hair is all one colour. It took too long and he got bored with the process but didn't mind it otherwise.
Volk was next. When we laid him down to clip his belly and legs, he promptly closed his eyes and went to sleep so I guess it didn't bother him too much.
The cutting was a little ragged (in the goat-chewed category) but as Tanya said, they are village dogs. And it didn't cost $120 like it used to in Canada for my two little dogs.
Masha is here this evening so I got pictures of her and the dogs. And a few of the front flower garden as well for good measure. To take your mind off the haircuts.
|Front flower garden|
|Front end of side flower garden|