1. Have the dog stand nicely on the table and use the cleaning brush to brush slowly down from the center of the back toward the belly.
2. After brushing the back, brush the inside and outside of the abdominal foot in turn.
3. Comb your hair.
Final brush tail.
5. Clean the nails and ears before cleaning your poodle. Then plug the ear holes with a long cotton ball to avoid water ingress.
6. Dilute the pet shampoo with water; clean the anal glands by gently squeezing them with your thumb and index finger; apply the diluted bath to the head and body, gently rubbing the back, belly and limbs along the head without letting the bath get into the poodle’s eyes.
7. After rubbing, wash the whole body with water, give it some conditioner, and then wash it thoroughly.
8. Wrap the poodle’s body in a bath towel and move to the stage to dry; dry the rest of the water with a hair dryer. Start at the head and brush one side until the roots are completely dry; after blowing, use a comb to re-comb the hair all over.
It is well known that poodles are very fond of swimming, seeing water and even playing with their own urine and getting their hair dirty, so they should be washed as soon as they are found to be dirty. Pay special attention to his hair, brush it daily with a soft wire brush, trim it once a month, and bathe it regularly.
1. Grab the footwork line first.
2. Backline:The backline is horizontal, with the front cut to slightly behind the vertical upward extension of the elbow.
The hips are cut flat from hip bone to tail root 30.
4. The back half of the body is cut into 30 diagonal lines in the direction of the legs, and the fly section is cut vertically into a straight line to the ground.
5. The chest trim starts with a comb to pull up the hair diagonally, trim horizontally with scissors, and then trim the front foot to give the whole chest a soft, rounded look.
6. Waist and belly:Pay special attention to the waistline. The waistline opens to a point just behind the dog’s last rib but does not determine the waistline depending on the dog’s overall skeletal characteristics. Cut the belly into a diagonal line that slopes from the elbow to the waistline.
7. Trim the sides and back of the body into an arc. The dog’s body is peanut-shaped when viewed from above.
8. Head trim. The scissors are cut along the root of the ear and the hair on the top of the head is rounded. Ear hairs are generally not trimmed, but usually do not go beyond the sternum position.
9. Overall trim.
Dogs with smaller heads can compensate for this by keeping the hair on the head longer and cut in a round shape, while the coat on the neck should hang naturally and the hair on the ears should be left long so that the head appears slightly larger and aesthetically pleasing. Dogs with larger heads should have their hair cut short, while the hair on the neck does not need to be cut short. Dogs with long faces should trim the beard on either side of the nose to a rounded shape in order to emphasize the point. Dogs with small eyes should have about two rows of hair cut off the upper eyelids so as to enlarge the eye area. Dogs with short necks can improve their shape by trimming the hair at the nape of the neck, while the hair in the middle of the neck should be cut deeper, which will give the appearance of a longer neck. Long dogs, cut the hair on the chest or behind the hips shorter and use a curler to curl the body hair a little looser, which will make the body look shorter. Fat dogs, it is best to cut the hair all over the body short and cut the limbs into a stick shape to make the body look thinner.
III. Ear hair plucking
III. Ear hair plucking
Hemostatic forceps, ear hair powder, ear cleaner oil, cotton swabs or cotton, a well-lit area, and if necessary, a lamp or something to light the area.
1. Use a cleaner specifically for dogs make a distinction that there are two types of ear agents, one specifically for cleaning and the other for mites. If the dog has an ear mite problem, both ear cleaners are needed, 2. Inject the ear cleaner into the ear canal, into the outside of the ear, and then gently pinch the ear under the heel with your thumb and index finger for 10-15 seconds,
3. Release the dog, let the dog throw away the ear dope and ear wax, wait for the ear oil to be cleaned, then wipe the ear crucible with cotton you can use a hemostat clamp cotton, or a cotton swab, or the cotton I recommend remember only the part you see with your eyes don’t clean deep into the ear canal Finish cleaning the ear!
4. Open the dog’s ears and let the dog lie still on its side. If your dog is uncooperative, have the dog stand on a higher chair or table and pull it out. This way, the dog should be more cooperative because he is afraid of heights. However, my personal recommendation is to have the dog lie still on your lap.
5. Start by dipping the outer ear in a little plucking powder and massage it in slightly… You can use your fingers to pluck out some of the visible ear hairs and then sprinkle some ear powder on the inside of your ear. The ear powder feels a bit like prickly heat powder and will help you see each ear hair pay attention to the quality, squeeze it in, wring it down with your hands and see if there are any hard lumps, rub it across your ear for a while don’t pluck it right away, let the powder work without pain>
6. When I said just now that pulling with your fingers usually refers to the outer ear area. If it’s inside the ear canal which can be uncomfortable and unsafe for your baby if the part you can see with your eyes is too deep, pull it out with a tool whether hemostats, brow clips, or your fingers! >
7. Finally, dip a cotton swab in the ear solution, clean the remaining powder from the ear, and announce??! A lot of you will ask why you need to clean the ear powder when it’s not anti-inflammatory, because facial features are interconnected and leftover ear powder can reach the eyes, so don’t save this step!
Whether you pull it out with hemostats, brow clips or your fingers, you are required to pluck it as quickly as possible, the faster the less painful. If it’s really not easy to work with, we suggest handling the ear hairs longer so it’s easier for raw hands! Because the dog’s ear piercing is less than final, you need to adjust the direction of the forceps and brow clips in time!
IV. Hair Dyeing
IV. Hair dyeing
Prepare brushes, gloves, colors, straight rows, rubber bands, and combs before dyeing.
Hair dyeing sequence
Back, tail, ears to prevent ears from moving around and being everywhere>
When coloring, use an inline comb often to verify that the hair is colored. After coloring, blow dry with a hair dryer for 10 to 15 minutes. After the ends are colored, they are wrapped in tin foil and tied in the back with a rubber band. Each time the next step is taken, the hair roots are delineated with a hair comb. After the ears are wrapped, the rubber band should be tied in the fur as well. Rub the back fur with water first, and then rub and dye the ears more at the end.
Do not dye if you have skin disease or ear problems. If the dye accidentally falls on other parts of the hair, do not rub it. When tying the leather band must be tied on the hairy places, never on the skin, etc., so that the blood does not flow and cause necrosis. In addition, the color of the dye, also depends on the season, gender, etc.
Poodles are the most complex to groom and have the most methods of hair trimming. For aesthetic purposes, it should be trimmed to certain specifications and not at will. However, as a family pet, the dog should be considered as much as possible in order to keep the dog cool and properly aesthetically pleasing. Poodle hair fluffy and curly, it is best to comb often to avoid knots. Also, frequent trimming will keep the hair beautifully curly. Most traditional poodle trimming methods leave only the hair on the extremities, ears and end of the tail, the body needs to be shaved. The very popular toy poodle, in order to create a cute texture like a stuffed toy, the whole body is just shortened QQ but the hair around the eyes should be carefully trimmed so as not to sting the eyes. As for what kind of dog you want, it depends on your personal preference.