A great short and sassy option for Aussies and other double coated breeds, “The Pooh Bear” is essentially a comb attachment trim. However, there are some tricks to make the result smoother and your job easier.
Sheba, pictured above (forgive the front leg, she has an IV recently), is styling a #0 comb Pooh. Now she is done on a monthly basis, so there is not a build up of undercoat to deal with, but when doing this trim the first time or after an extended grooming hiatus de-shed first! Other wise you will end up struggling to not only get through the coat, but potentially have the dog appearing that it got into a fight with a weed whacker.
Once the undercoat has been removed, choose the desired comb attachment. Some of the best lengths tend to be between a #2, #1 and #0 combs. Also, a clipper vac system is a very useful tool while attempting the Pooh Bear.
Once the coat has been clippered, scissor up to finish the look. Before returning the pet ,card the coat with a de-shed tool. This promotes healthy re-growth and reduces the chance of the undercoat growing through the outer coat and creating that fuzzy look some frequently shaved pets acquire.