Pictures of the results for some different breeds using different sizes of
Mars Coat-King tools!
Shown here: Gordon Setter
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This Gordon Setter, named Pippi (AKC name Pippi Longstockings CD NA NAJ), is owned by Susan Nelson of Casper, WY, who sent these photos to us after her first time using her new Coat-King 16 blade tool.
"I had never used one before, and was very impressed! Up to this point, I had used a stripper, and it would take forever."

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These were 2 nine-year old spayed Cavalier King Charles Spaniels owned by Carol Butler in the UK, who sent these photos to us after using a Coat-King 10 blade tool.
"Heavy coats are a problem when this breed are spayed and as they were both showdogs I did not want them clipped out. I am delighted with the results, the Coat King is the ideal solution and a welcome addition to my grooming equipment."


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This was a 9-month-old English Cocker Spaniel named Diesel who was debuted in the show ring a couple years ago and lived in Sweden with his owners Heather & Magnus. Heather used a #20 blade Coat-King to remove the puppy fur and extra fur on the rump, skull, front legs, neck and back, which took her about an hour.
"I recommended the Coat-King to everyone I know who has Cockers, because it's a super tool!"
   

 
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This is Griffin, a 5-½ month old Welsh Terrier puppy owned by Henry and Jennifer Stanton. Jenner says, "I used the Coat King #10 and I could not believe how easy it was to groom his coat! It took me about 1-½ hours with a few breaks because he is an antsy puppy. I have had other terriers in the past and used traditional stripping knives. I was thrilled to find a tool that was easier on the dogs and me."
 
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Zacherle is a 4-year-old black Standard Schnauzer, imported from Germany and owned by Cathy Burdick of Ossining, NY. She tried the #20 blade Coat-King on the advice of her mother who shows Standard Schnauzers, and was amazed with the results, espcially since Zach had previously been hand stripped and had "a very ill temper" during that process.
"After 15 minutes with the #20, I couldn't believe the results I had to stop and take a picture half way through to prove it was the same dog! After 45 minutes I had the neck, shoulders, back and rear done. The job would have taken me all day by hand or with a stripping knife. The best part is that Zach actually enjoyed the whole process!"
 

Marsha Schaublin and Brenda Calvelage of Carma Que Kennels in Lima, Ohio raise and show Bernese Mountain Dogs. They had read the great reports about the Coat-Kings on one of the Berner e-mail lists and picked the tool up at a show and they love it!

"We had just ... picked up our first couple Mars Coat Kings that we had been hearing so much about (#8 & #20) and decided to give them a try. Wow--what great tools!!! One of our boarding dogs was groomed while he was staying here. He is an All American (mixed breed). The owners believe that he is part retriever. His name is Spuds and the change was more dramatic than pictures can show. In no time at all, about 40 minutes, he went from looking like a furry monster to a good looking & huggable new friend. Our Coat-King is now the first tool that we get out when we start any grooming job. We can now find a use for a Mars Coat King on just about every dog."

 

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This is a Border Terrier named Vera owned by a lady named Betty in Birmingham, UK, who sent these photos to us after using a Coat-King 10 blade tool for about 30 minutes.
"I used the 10 blade Coat King and within half an hour she looked like a Border Terrier again! It is the easiest way to keep her looking tidy and she never objects to having it done."


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This is a Retriever mix named Oliver who was rescued by Shirley Fippin and Karen Bolton, and who sent these photos to us after using a Coat-King 12 blade, 16 blade and 14 Mini tools for about 45 minutes.
"We used the #12 first and then the #16 on his legs to get out the remainder of the mats and dead hair. We also used the #14 mini on his ears and cheeks. The entire process after the bath took no more than 45 minutes to an hour at the most; without the Mars Coat Kings, we have spent as much as 3 hours on a dog with a coat so neglected."



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This is Kaylee, a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier owned by Linda Lotton. She didn't see soft coated wheaten terriers listed as a breed that the Coat-King tool could be used on, and was excited to find that it worked! She used the #20 blade on her body & the #8 blade on her legs. She worked about 45 minutes on her and combed out the loose hair when she was finished to prevent any mats from forming. Before using the Mars Coat-King, Kaylee's coat had been so thick that it was really difficult to comb; now combing her is a breeze.
"What I for got to mention is how easy and fun the Mars Coat King is to use. Many people that own wheatens as pets, shear them because their coats are so high maintenance. This tool was so easy and fun to use that my teenage daughter worked for much of the time on Kaylee. I actually had to wait for my turn."


If you would like to share the results you had using a Coat-King on your breed, then send us your "before and after" pictures. If we use them on this web page, we will give you your choice of any Coat-King tool as our "Thank You" for allowing us to use them. Please e-mail photos to us at info@groomersmall.com .

 



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