Shitzu, Yorkie, Lhasa apso, Poodle, and Maltese owners just love to give their beloved dogs cute haircuts. Sometimes the cuts can look cute but other times the cut may not represent the dog’s personality at all. Remember, part of the Shitzus charm is its personality; therefore, it is crucial that you give him a haircut that fits his personality and not yours. Shitzus are very smart dogs and love to feel good about themselves; therefore, you need to give your little companion a cut that best represents him and his personality.
In addition to a cute haircut, your Shitzus health is just as and even more important; therefore, there are some very important grooming rules that you will need to abide by when attempting to cut your Shitzus flowing hair. The first thing you will need to do is keep the hair from getting into your dog’s eyes. Hair can get into the eyes, and cause an eye infection easily. Additionally, you can help protect them from the elements from season to season. For instance, keep their hair short and manageable during the hot summer months and keep their hair long during the winter months.
Thanks to the internet, information is flowing a lot more freely than accustomed to. In the past, you would have had to go out and purchase a book or DVD about Shitzu haircuts, but thanks to this medium, you can visit websites that can show you how to groom your Shitzu properly. Take full advantage of the internet when it comes to doing things the right way for your little companion; for instance, you can visit the websites of dog groomers where you will find a wealth of information in the form of articles and videos teaching you how to care for your Shitzu. Before you go cutting into the dog’s hair, make sure that you have a plan. The best thing to do is visit websites that show pictures or pics of Shitzu haircuts that you can get some ideas from. Don’t forget that your poor dog will have to live with the haircut that you give him; therefore, try to get it right the first time.
Are you aware that your Shitzus hair is a lot closer to human hair than any other dog breed? This is why Shitzu haircuts are so popular. Do not forget to blow-dry your dog’s hair to prevent clumping as well as matting. Put your dryer on low heat and start from the back of the dog and move slowly toward the front. Remember to brush the area you’re drying, this will also prevent matting, which is unhealthy for Shitzus.
I know how difficult it can be to sometimes admit that someone out there can do a much better job than you can when it comes to certain things, especially when we have to pay them for it. However, when it comes to your Shitzu haircut, it might be a good idea to let the professionals handle it. Professional groomers will take good care of your dog and make sure that no discomfort comes to her. The groomer may also have some very good ideas in terms of cuts for your dog’s personality that you didn’t think of. In addition to getting a good haircut, your dog will love the idea of getting pampered once or twice a month.