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The fourth most important dog to groom: the schnauzer</span

Some dogs have beautiful coats and are born to be beautiful babies. However, if their so beautiful coat is not cared for to care for, the natural beauty cannot escape being a scruffy dog. Here’s a little side note for your dog parents to announce the four dogs that need to be beautiful the most. If your baby dog is just on this list, be sure to keep them looking perfect:

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Chenille

The fourth most groomed dog: the schnauzer

[Breed Introduction]

The chenille has a double layer of hair, a hard outer rigid layer and a thick bottom hair. The head, neck, ears, chest, tail and body need to be stripped. In competition conditions, the body hair must be long enough to reflect the texture of the hair, and the length needs to completely cover the neck, ears, and head.

The Chenille’s coat is thick in texture but not silky. Chenille coats that are too soft or too short, or that look smooth, are considered defects.

[Beauty Index]

Beauty Method

Chenery clipping must be done with great care, if the Chenery’s limbs like a poodle or bear scissors horizontal clipping, because Chenery’s hair is different from poodle or bear curly hair, scissors horizontal clipping, when the dog runs hair also shrinks flat, the correct scissors is vertical clipping.

The long beard and abundant foot hair must also be properly cared for, beard maintenance, only patience, monthly wipes after meals, combing with a flat comb, foot hair must be trimmed once regularly, if each foot hair is trimmed regularly, about a year old can be left with four nice bowling bottles.

Editorial statement

After the chenille’s bristles grow out, a moderate shave of the fine coat before weekly baths is essential because the tightness of the bristles will be opened up when the fine coat grows out and will destroy the back coat’s clothing stickers, so dog parents can’t afford to be lazy!

The most basic product for a chenille to shave fine hair must be a light stone and two sweet hair knives with coarse and fine teeth. Generally speaking, imported such products are rarely available on the market. You can go to a grooming pet store that specializes in terrier dogs.

The rule of thumb is to use a coarse-toothed scraper for the back, a fine-toothed scraper specifically for the neck, and a light stone for the head.

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Third most important dog to groom: Shih Tzu

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Shih Tzu

The third most important dog to groom: Shih Tzu

[Breed Introduction]

The Shih Tzu is noble and elegant, agile, bold and meticulous. The most striking feature of the Shih Tzu is its dense, luxurious coat, and its magnificent coat is its main feature. The Shih Tzu comes in a variety of colors, with bright white hair on the forehead. Of the various colors, the tail-tip coat is preferably white.

[Beauty Index]

Beauty Method

The most important daily care for Shih Tzus is grooming. Comb the hair two to three times a week and give it a bath once every two weeks. Shih Tzu’s hair is brittle and brittle and breaks and falls out easily, so in addition to combing it, he should also tie it. The hair will keep it clean and beautiful, but it will also protect the eyes from irritation from long hair hanging down.

To tie the hair, first separate the long hairs on the bridge of the nose along the midline with a comb, then divide the comb from the bridge of the nose to the corner of the eye into two parts, and separate the hair from the corner of the eye to the back of the head in a semicircle above and below. Hold the long hair from the eyes to the top of the head with the left hand and comb it against the hair with a fine comb to fluff the hair, pull the hair on the top of the head tightly, tie a rubber band, and then tie a small bow. The long hairs on the head can also be combed into knots or braids on the left and right sides.

Editorial statement

Shih Tzu’s skin is easily irritated, so the dog’s parents should not use perfumes or human shampoos during grooming.

Also, be sure to comb your Shih Tzu’s hair to remove any attachments and hairballs before cleaning it. If you bathe your Shih Tzu with a hairball, his hair will stick together. For one thing, it won’t get clean, and for another, the shampoo stays in the hairball, which won’t get clean and blow dry, and may cause dermatitis.

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The second most groomed dog: Cocker Spaniel

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Cocker Spaniel

The second most groomed dog: Cocker Spaniel

[Breed Introduction]

The Cocker Spaniel is divided into the American Cocker Spaniel and the English Cocker Spaniel, with feathering on the front legs, body and hind legs.

Mika’s hair is thick and wavy with soft and long hair. Hair colors are black, brown, reddish brown, light yellow, silver, and a mixture of black and white. Inka has long, thick and soft hair with wavy long silky hairs; long decorative hairs on the ears, chest, abdomen and limbs. The hair color is reddish brown, black, dark blue, golden yellow, pig liver, red, lemon, etc. There is often white hair distributed throughout the body. Inka also has a special black and white hemp color.

[Beauty Index]

Beauty Method

When clipping, shave the ears to a position parallel to the lips, determine the position, then pick with the hair and then pick against the hair, with the inside of the ears in the same position as the outside. Note that Koka has compound ears, so special care should be taken when picking them. The hair is shorter than the body and as wide as the width of the ear.

As for the foot line, the cardable foot line is difficult. Start by grabbing all the hairs on the leg with your hand and picking them up. The longest hairs on the outside and the shortest hairs on the inside become round. When the hair is long, pull the outside hairs up first, then round the inside hairs.

For the side hair part of the body, decorate with dental scissors from the shoulder blades to the front elbows and the waist with dental scissors from the inside, cutting only 1-2 times per scissor, not too many times, cutting until it looks like it looks invisible. After modification, there is a clear effect of the body structure, i.e. there is a clear outline. Then trim the connections of the body parts with the dental scissors to avoid the obvious lines after the electric scissors modification.

Editorial statement

Usually a Cocker Spaniel needs a bath after a clipping, and because of the amount of hair a Cocker Spaniel has, a dip in water is better than a shower.

You can prepare a special bath for your Cocker Spaniel in advance to avoid bacterial infections.

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The first dog that needs the most grooming:Bichon Frise

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Cocker Spaniel

The first dog that needs the most grooming:Bichon Frise

[Breed Introduction]

The texture of the Bichon Frise’s coat is most important. The undercoat is soft and thick, and the outer coat is coarse and slightly stiff and curly. When the two hairs are combined, they create a soft but firm feel that feels as bouncy as shaggy or velvety. After showering and wiping, the hair stands on the body to produce an overall powder puff effect.

[Beauty Index]

Beauty Method

All parts should be kept round and not cut so short as to over trim or show a square appearance. The head trim, beard, whiskers ears and tail are kept longer in length. The long hair on the head is trimmed to a rounded shape. The backline is trimmed horizontally and the hair must be kept long enough to maintain the powder puff shape of the Bichon Frise.

Editorial statement

A Bichon Frise that has completed proper grooming will look like a white powder puff on a dresser. Do you think the makeup puff falls to the floor when the cute Bichon Frise runs near the dresser?

If your dog happens to be on the list above, then you must do a good job of grooming your dog, it is the glorious mission of dog parents to make their dogs more and more beautiful!

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