Types of Dog Cuts
There are many styles of dog cuts to choose from. Selecting a suitable option for your dog will depend on its natural coat and hair type. Choosing to provide your canine friend with a dog cut could be cosmetic, for its general comfort, or to remove excessive hair in your house during molting. The most common choice is to provide the tidying of your dogs’ general appearance. There are also other more elaborate types to help your pet look its best. Preparing a show dog for a competition is also a time to select an appropriate type of dog cut. Whichever style of cut is best suited for your dog, we can take care of it. Now let’s take a look at some of the most favored choices.
Dog Cuts for Appearance
All of our dogs are beautiful in their unique way. Some though, especially medium and long haired breeds can sometimes grow to look a little scruffy. Scruffy dogs often look very cute indeed, but a well groomed dog will always impress! If your dogs coat has become overgrown we can provide it with a good tidy up. Light trims or cuts, or a complete shave to return its natural beauty.
Molting Dog Cuts
Many dogs grow a thick or long coat to keep warm during the winter months. As the weather becomes more pleasant they will often enter into the molting stage. When a dog molts you can find your house being overtaken with excess dog hair. This is a particular problem for carpeted rooms, also sofas and beds can be an issue. A large buildup of dog hair is not only unsightly, it can also cause problems for any of your family with allergies. We can speed up your dogs molting, by providing a dog cut to shorten and remove excessive hair.
Some other Popular Dog Cut Choices
A Schnauzer cut is suitable for many breeds, large or small. It involves trimming your dogs’ main body area, whilst the legs are left as they are. The addition of leaving a moustache looks very cute. The Lion Cut leaves the head and neck with longer hair, whilst the legs and body are trimmed short. Creating the appearance of a male lion. The Teddy bear Cut is the Lion Cut in reverse. The body hair will be tidied but left long, whilst the head hear will be trimmed short. Suitable for many dogs, but also a popular choice for poodles is the Lamb Cut. This involves leaving longer hair on the neck and body, while the head and legs are trimmed short. This is just four examples, there are many more.
Which Dog Cut is best for My Pet?
You can choose from the any suitable, established and popular cuts. Or maybe you have a creative or specific idea of your own. Whatever style you are looking to give your loving companion, we can help. Our professional team of dog groomers are on hand to offer their expertise when choosing a dog cut that is best for your pet.