A Guide To Proper Poodle Grooming

by Lisa A Collins

There are many different breeds of dog that one can choose from, but is definitely one of the most popular and for good reason. Not only are absolutely beautiful dogs, but as well they make great companions because they are so gentle and loving. This is one of the main reasons that older people enjoy Poodles so much.

requires a lot of time and patience, and so this is not the ideal breed for busy individuals, those who are hardly ever home. These dogs are very high maintenance and they will act out if they are left alone for a longer period of time than they would like. Older people enjoy Poodles, because they are usually home during most of the day, and so both owner and pet are satisfied.

They are beautiful dogs though and as long as they are well cared for and groomed on a regular basis, they will be happy and will show nothing but love and affection.

When it comes to the Poodle process, there are a few things that are particularly important to remember. One of the first things that a Poodle owner should be aware of involves the importance of clipping the Poodle. The earlier one can start clipping their Poodle the better, not only to keep them looking their best but also because this will get them accustomed and comfortable with the process so that they will actually learn to enjoy it rather than be freaked out.

The best idea, when introducing a Poodle to clippers is to turn the machine on and hold it a few feet away from them, so that they are not being forced and so that they can take a minute to look at the clippers and understand that they are not going to hurt them. Let the puppy become familiar with the sound of the clippers and then start lower down on their body rather than on their head so that they will be less frightened.

The ideal cut can definitely take a lot of time, but it is well worth it to have the dog looking clean and kept up. Poodles should be groomed at least once every four to six weeks, and keep in mind that the longer their coat, the more often is going to be needed. Brushing a Poodle daily is not a good idea however, although an owner may think so at first.

Although a Poodle puppy cut is a very important part of the process, there are many others as well. Taking care of a Poodle’s eyes, for instance, is very important, especially because most poodles have runny eyes. Their runny eyes are a result of their tear ducts being too small to accommodate the tears that their eyes produce, and not due to poor breeding or any type of sickness.

Daily cleaning of the eyes with nonalcoholic baby wipes is typically the best idea, and will keep the dog from getting infections in the eye. These and other Poodle processes are easy enough for an owner to do on their own, but anyone who feels unsure or uncomfortable with any of these processes should know that there are many professionals out there who are able to help out with this, for a small price of course but will make things a great deal easier on the owner.

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