Dieny Uiterwijk @ Groomania 2021

Groomania 2021 presents Dieny Uiterwijk!

Dieny grew up with Fox Terriërs.  At a very young age she started to show and groom them.  Because she was so interested in the breed she moved to England for 9 years and worked in the famous Saredon kennel.  There she was very successful in showing Airedales, Welsh Fox, Lakeys, Dandies, Scotties, Westies etc.

This resulted in great success, Best In Show and group winners, the most famous being Best In Show at Crufts with the Welsh Terrier CH Saredon Forever Young. While in England she got to know Rony De Munter. They moved to Belgium and now have a grooming salon Foliny together and breed under the kennel name Van Foliny Home Wire Fox Terriers and Lakeland Terriers. They bred many English and European champions. The most famous dogs they have bred together are the lakeland terrier GCH Iron Van Foliny Home (World Champion American, 2nd in the terrier group at Crufts and Best In Show at Montgomery, Philadelphia USA) and wire fox terrier GCH King Arthur Van Foliny Home (2x World and Terrier Group Winner, 2x European Champion, Best In Show Crufts USA and Group Winner and Best In Show at Westminster in New York).

After all these years, Dieny is still equally passionate about breeding, caring and grooming terriers.

Wire Fox Terriër grooming demonstration


Using The Sentinel stripping knives and chalk, Dieny Uiterwijk first strips the Wire Fox Terrier from a full coat and in the second stage she refines the coat for show. She shows you where to start and which stripping knives to use for which areas of the dog. She also shows a lot of tips and tricks for stripping the Wire Fox Terrier.


0:00 Intro
1:14 Brushing the dog
2:00 Stripping the dog's coat
35:07 Cleaning the dog's ears
36:00 Scissoring and styling the dog's coat
36:44 Result of the grooming session


0:00 Intro
0:28 Bathing the dog
4:08 Drying the dog
6:36 Stripping the dog's coat
28:17 Carding the dog's coat
29:33 Result of the grooming session


Brushing and combing

Ear Care







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