Dog breed haircuts:
Many of the breeds of dogs that grow long coats have their own specific breed trim. Large or small they all need some kind of a dog grooming trim.
Remember that your dog is a pet and that any trim you want to put on your dog is acceptable. Follow the trim guide lines or make your own. So be creative and have some fun.
Some of the breeds are left natural, no haircut needed, other long coated breeds have haircut requirements. These are usually applicable to their breed only.
Your home dog grooming gives you the option to keep your dog in his specific breed trim or a variation of that trim.
My neighbor has two West Highland White Terriers that she grooms herself with a variation of the breed trim. I never knew it wasn’t done in a shop until just recently. She said they needed a haircut so she picked up a pair of clippers and went to work.
The following links will give you a simple illustration of the breed haircuts The dog grooming equipment needed, clipper blade size options, and a routine to accomplish a breed haircut. If you find you're needing an extra piece of equipment then please click on our google advertisers purchase what you need.
We are starting off with the specific breed haircut for the:
If you are wanting to put a different style of haircut on your dog then check out our dog haircuts
page. I have seen many variations on both breed trims and pet trims.
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