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  1. #1
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    Default what breeds do you see? commonest? rarest?

    Shih tzus and yorkies are two of the most popular in Orangeburg; pits and chihuahuas for B&Bs.
    I had an anatolian shepherd in to visit today.
    Groomed a welsh terrier yesterday that the owner has been trying to hand strip.
    Deidre

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    Smile i see...

    Maltese and shih tzus the most

    Chihuahuas for baths and nail trims

    A few poodles (toy) and a few Yorkies

    Lots of Doodles!

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    I see Shih-Tzu's and Shih-Tzu's the most for haircuts.
    I see Labs and Goldens the most for B&B
    Oh and I see a lot of Shih-Tzu's
    Mandy, Birdie, Evie, Willie and The Woo
    Check out my Blog at doggydivasdish.com

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    Tons' of Shih Tzu's
    Schnauzers
    Yorkies
    A few Goldens & Labs here and there with a sprinkling of Poms & Peks

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    Smile

    OMG!!! If I never see another 100 lb golden retriever, it'll be too soon for me!! I do see alot of Westies too. But, I raise them too, so I like 'em!

    On the rare side, I do these 2 "Isle of Glenn Terriers"...never ever heard of them before! She had to repeat the breed name to me about 10 times and I still didn't get it so they went down in my book as "weird terrier!" haha

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    LOL Pink They could change

    my towns' name to Shih-Tzu City. LOL

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    shih-tzus/lhasas ,poos,all kinds of terrors,opps terriers,good ole american mutt puppys

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    We have been trying a new marketing tool. And have been contacting breeders through the breed clubs. Some breeds are very hard to find in our area. And we are finding that the good breeders of certain breeds are only in a few areas. It's interesting. But I like the fact that we can't find some of these breeds in mills. And I am sure it is because these breeders are very selective in who they sell to. That makes me quite happy.

    On the origional Q We see a ton of maltese lately. Doodles!!!, Shih Tzus, Yorkies, Silkies, Puggles, Goldens, Labs, Pits, Wheatons, . Quite a few Springers, schnauzers, cockers, Cavichons, cockapoos, cotons, etc. And I do quite a few standard poodles, lot of toys, and a few mimi's. I also do pet hand stripping, so i am seeing more border terriers, and a couple of brussels.
    The rare ones that I would love to see more of are Afghans, Sealyhams, Kerry Blues, Black Russian terriers, etc. But I really do not care to do a corded coat like a Komandor or Puli.

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    Lots of bigger dogs like labs and goldens.
    Next comes schnauzers, bichons.
    Rarest I've done is a Black Russian Terror....
    And a sweet sweet Powder Puff.

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    its all small fluffy mixed breeds here too....maltese mixed with just about anything goes !

    As for rare,i guess that depends on where you're from ,hey....i do LOADS & LOADS of Kelpies,ACD's & ,Tenterfield Terriers & Silky Terriers ......but i've done maybe 10 yorkies in 23 yrs!

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    Shih Tzus, Shih Tzu and more Shih Tzus.

    I am planning on moving to a tiny little town in a couple years. There is less than 200 people living in the town. So I am thinking of getting a male and female Shih Tzu and breeding them and just giving the pups away. That will ensure plenty of business for me.

    There are plenty of breeds that I have never seen. One of the most unusual breeds are two Dandie Dinmonts that I groom.
    "The most affectionate creature in the world is a wet dog." -Ambrose Bierce

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    I just noticed this was in the South Carolina forum. Sorry, didn't mean to butt in.
    "The most affectionate creature in the world is a wet dog." -Ambrose Bierce

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