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The Best Guide for Schnauzer Grooming

Schnauzers exist in three variants: giant, standard and miniature. As regards coloring the giants and medium ones may be salt-pepper colored (that is black and white colored, changing hair-by-hair, providing it a tabby appearance) and black, while the miniature variants may be – in addition to the above two color versions – black silver and white colored. The hairs of the Schnauzers are hard, which may be only trimmed because shaving would make them soft. The frequency of trimming depends on whether they take the dog to shows or not. If the dog is not taken to any shows trimming annually twice by a cosmetician is sufficient, but ideally trimming should be done quarterly once. Show dogs have to be...

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Jack and Parson Russel Terrier Grooming Guide

Both species have three hair variants: smooth, stringy or wiry. While there is not much to do with the smooth-haired dogs, the stringy and the wiry hairs need trimming. Of course, in addition to doing trimming, one should not forget weekly brushing and disentanglement. 

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Puppy grooming - everything you have to know

Independently of the species of which hair type we select, accustoming the dog to cosmetics has to be started already at puppy age. Luckily usually the grooming of even the long-haired species is not such a big problem in puppy age. Independently of the species of which hair type we select, accustoming the dog to cosmetics has to be started already at puppy age. Luckily usually the grooming of even the long-haired species is not such a big problem in puppy age.

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Shih-Tzu grooming step by step tutorial

Above the strong undercoat, there is a dense, long and straight haired and a little wavy outer coat. The long fur demands regular disentanglement and brushing. Cosmeticians have to often face that the owners are unable to disentangle the dense undercoat of the species, and it gets “bound” to the skin as an armor. Above the strong undercoat, there is a dense, long and straight haired and a little wavy outer coat.

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The Step by Step Guide for Bobtail Grooming

The fur of the Bobtail is very thick. Its overcoat is dense and hard, while its undercoat is thick and soft. It is very interesting that Bobtail puppies are born white and black, however by their adolescence, that is, by the time they are about 9 months old they obtain their known white-grey coloring. Its fur is medium long, the dog has a roundish appearance due to the very thick fur of its head. This thick coat has to be brushed and combed each week, with paying attention to the tangles. Unfortunately, its hairs stick together very easily and if the owner does not pay attention to this, later on already only the shaving machine can help.

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Yorkshire Terrier Grooming Guide for Owners

The Yorkshire Terrier is a species that absolutely does not need trimming. Under the long, straight, silky outer coat there is no undercoat. The fur never can be woolly. The long hairs of the show dogs, reaching the ground, demand regular grooming: the owner has to not only comb the hair of the dog, but he has to oil and spin it on paper as well, in order to protect it from injuries.

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