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The Lhasa's coat is heavy, straight, hard, not woolly nor silky, of good length, and very dense.
The Lhasa is gay and assertive, but chary of strangers.
RECOMMENDED CINDRA PRODUCTS:
MOISTURE PLUS - Conditioner
LOYAL - Spirit Collection of Fragrances
|Conditioning the Lhasa Coat||Routine conditioning: Add 2 caps of Moisture Plus to a small tub of final rinse water. Soak dog for 5 minutes. Do not rinse.|
|Dry, damaged coats||Use Reconstructor either full strength at bath time followingdirections on bottle or spray Maxicare into coat, concentrating onbroken ends. Do not rinse.|
|Pouf Coats||Shampoo with Moisturizing Shampoo and rinse. Mix 1T Sculpting Gel with4 T Moisture Plus in 24 ounces of hot water. While dog is standing intub, squirt all over dog, including head, ears, neck and down part. Letdry.|
|Setting Parts||Put small amount of Moisture Plus in your palm , wipe palms togetheronce. Apply to part, spreading gently down sides going from the part tothe floor in one stroke. Adds shine too.|
|Detangling/Dematting||Apply full strength Moisture Plus liberally to the mat. Wait 15 minutes. Pull mat gently apart with fingers or comb.|
|Greasy Coat||Use Cleansing Shampoo instead of Moisturizing Shampoo on first lather.|
|Coat lacks body||Add 1T Texturizing Shampoo to 2T Moisturizing Shampoo|
|Flyaway Hair||Make an anti-static spray with 2 Tablespoons Moisture Plus in 1-pint water.|
|Putting Coat in Oil||Make spray with 2 Tablespoons Moisture Plus in 1 pint water. Spray onhair sections as you wrap. Do not use additional oils or silicone.|
|Thin leg furnishings/feathers||Spray diluted Texturizing Mist into a damp coat and fluff dry with a blow dryer.|