Affinity Estimating: A How-To by Sterling Barton.
For each dog below, estimate the work effort (size) required to groom the dog. Assuming that you have the tools and experience to groom dogs. Grooming includes washing, drying, combing, nail clipping, and hair triming in some cases.
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Start with the ever popular Golden Retriever (22-24 in, 50-90 lbs).
The short haired Dachshund (15-28 lbs).
The Standard Poodle (15-18in, 40-80 lbs).
Bernese Mountain Dog (25-28 in., 65-120 lbs).
German Shepherd (23-26 in, 50-90 lbs).
Yorkshire terrier (5 in, <10 lbs).
Beagle (13-16 in, 18-35 lbs).
Boxer (26-31 in, 55-110 lbs).
Bulldog (40-55 lbs).
Labrador Retriever (21-25 in, 55-130 lbs).
Great Dane (28-38 in, 120-200 lbs).
Komondor (25-32 in, 90-130 lbs).