It’s not really a Lion, but this Cocker Spaniels is having a very bad hair day and needs a good trim. Meanwhile, his hair flies all over and he looks like a mini Lion King
The Mini Lion King: West Vancouver, BC
Spaniels require a lot of grooming, almost as much as Poodles. I didn’t know but you are supposed to start the grooming from the face to the ears, then the neck… and finally the tail. By looking around, some people say to shave in the same direction of the the hair, some people say to shave against the hair. I don’t know which is correct…
That’s why, I use a professional groomer for my dog. She drives a truck that she parks in front of the house. The wash and the clip is $75, and my dogs gets trimmed every 3 to 4 month. I trim his nails myself every couple of weeks and I brush his teeth every day.