Grooming Dog Breeds

Tips on how to groom your particular breed of dog. What are the special dog grooming cuts? How many different styles can you consider for your breed of dog?

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How to Cut Maltese Hair with Scissors – Korean Cut, Short Trim & Other Grooming Styles

Stylish Maltese haircuts are all the rage – what cut should YOU go for? This depends very much on whether you are a groomer or a Maltese owner doing your own grooming at home.

Maltese Care

Either way you have a number of Maltese haircuts you might want to try. And further into this article you will find some handy videos that show a groomer at work.

From super show-dog styles to cuts that are a little less formal, we’ve compiled 5 of the most popular Maltese hairstyles that you need to know about.

Want to find out what they are? Read on!


How to Groom a Husky: a Husky Grooming Kit to the Rescue 2

If you are a dog owner wondering how to groom a Husky, or a groomer with Husky clients, then these tips can set you on the right path.

Despite their thick double coats, Siberian Huskies are very easy to groom and only need to be bathed 1 -2 times a year unless they have rolled in dirt. Yet, the thought of tackling the mounds of hair they shed is enough to send most pet owners scampering for cover.

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Husky Grooming!

So, here is a look at how to groom a Siberian Husky and what you can do to deal with the problems that you will encounter along the way.


Golden Retriever Hair Styles – Grooming Tools: Brush, Clippers, Kit 2

Grooming Golden Retrievers

Learning how to groom a Golden Retriever at home has many benefits. 

Not only does your dog feel calmer and safer being groomed by you in familiar surroundings, but there is no need for a lengthy salon stay.

And grooming is something you want to start right from the time your cute puppy comes home. This might simply be getting him used to the feel of a gentle brush down his back. And as he matures, you will find he is quite used to you “doing things” with his hair. 

DIY grooming also helps to forge a special bond between you and your dog. Of course it is also more economical in the long run.


Dog Clippers for Poodles – Grooming Clippers to Buy Online 2

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Grooming is essential for Poodles and, because they can require a clipping every 6 to 8 weeks, it is important to have the appropriate grooming tools, tools that are up to the job.

Now of course, we need to consider the type of coat that your pooch is sporting.

Dogs can have double coats or single layer coats. The Poodle falls into the latter category. So there is no need to deal with that under layer coat that is typical of the double-coated breeds. This explains why shedding is minimal with Poodle breeds.

It can also explain why people who are highly sensitive to dog hair often choose this breed. Whilst shedding is minimal compared to other dog breeds, matting can be a concern.

Your Poodle, unless it is a mix, probably belongs to one of these categories:

  • Standard Poodle
  • Miniature Poodle
  • Toy Poodle

So, what are the most suitable dog clippers for Poodles?

The answer to this question depends on you and your dog’s requirements.

Some of the most popular Poodle dog clippers, would have to be the Andis clippers.

But there are definitely other clipper brands that are worth considering so let’s see why the Andis AGC2 and others are so popular.

Let’s take a look at our top 4 list to see if we can help you narrow down your search for dog clippers for Poodles.


Pomeranian Haircut Styles: Grooming a Pomeranian for Style

If you are fortunate enough to share your world with a Pomeranian, you already know how spectacularly beautiful these creatures can be! You might, however, not be so familiar with the different Pomeranian haircut styles that have become so popular. And this is probably invaluable knowledge for you if you have decided to do your own Pomeranian grooming at home

The natural beauty of the Pomeranian made the breed a favorite in Queen Victoria’s court and this is due in no small part to their lustrous signature, two-layered coat:

There is the undercoat, a dense thicket of softest fur. And then this undercoat is protected by an outer layer of long, straight coarse hair. It’s that combo platter that creates their trademark puffiness and dimension. That puffy foundation gives owners and groomers a number of styling options to work with.