Carry out breed standard styling on Gun dog, Working dog and Hound dog breed groups

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Elements and Performance Criteria

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

1. Identify dogs within the Gun dog breed group as recognised in Australia

1.1 Classification as Gun dog is determined.

1.2 Range of dogs and coat types within the Gun dog group are identified.

1.3 Requirements of the breed for grooming to show standards are identified.

2. Identify dogs within the Working dog breed group as recognised in Australia

2.1 Classification as Working dog breed is determined.

2.2 Range of dogs and coat types within the Working dog group are identified.

2.3 Requirements of the breed for grooming to show standards are identified.

3. Identify dogs within the Hound breed group as recognised in Australia

3.1 Classification as Hound breed is determined

3.2 Range of dogs and coat types within the Hound group are identified

3.3 Requirements of the breed for grooming to show standards are identified.

4. Prepare Gun dog and Working dog group dogs for styling

4.1 External evacuation of animal’s anal glands is performed, if required.

4.2 Dogs are washed according to coat types and condition.

4.3 Products are applied to coats to manage styling techniques for Gun dog coat types.

4.4 Products are applied to coats to manage styling techniques for Working dog group coat types.

4.5 Coats are dried according to coat types and Gun dog breed standards.

4.6 Coats are dried according to coat types and Working dog breed standards.

5. Clean, trim or pluck Gun dog and Working dog group coat furnishings

5.1 Nails are trimmed.

5.2 Eyes are cleaned and surrounding hair trimmed or plucked according to breed standards.

5.3 Ears are cleaned and hair trimmed or plucked according to breed standards.

5.4 Stains are removed from white or light coloured coats.

5.5 Face wrinkles are cleaned.

5.6 Feet hair is trimmed.

6. Groom and style Gun dog group coats

6.1 Grooming styles for Gun dog group breeds and coat types are identified.

6.2 Techniques used to establish and maintain grooming styles for Gun dog group breeds and coat types are performed.

6.3 Grooming techniques are used to complete Gun dog group breeds styles.

6.4 Scissoring and hand finishing techniques are used to complete clipping of Gun dog group breeds.

7. Groom and style Working dog group breeds and coat types

7.1 Grooming styles for Working dog group breeds and coat types are identified.

7.2 Techniques used to establish and maintain grooming styles for Working dog group breeds and coat types are performed.

7.3 Grooming techniques are used to complete Working dog group breeds styles.

7.4 Scissoring and hand finishing techniques are used to complete clipping of Working dog group breeds.

8. Groom and style Hound group breeds and coat types

8.1 Grooming styles for Hound group breeds and coat types are identified.

8.2 Techniques used to establish and maintain grooming styles for Hound group breeds and coat types are performed.

8.3 Grooming techniques are used to complete Hound group breeds styles.

8.4 Scissoring and hand finishing techniques are used to complete clipping of Hound group breeds.

9. Complete post styling procedures

9.1 Techniques for maintaining breed and coat types between styling sessions are explained to clients.

9.2 Records are updated.

9.3 Equipment is cleaned and maintained.

9.4 Styling area is cleaned and waste disposed of with consideration to environmental and biosecurity hazards.