Havanese A Hair Cut

Havanese are adorable breeds that belong to the Bichon breed variety, and are loosely connected to the Bichon Frise. Their small size makes them ideal for people who live in smaller homes, and their playful spirit is ideal for families with children. These adorable little dogs are also very well-known for their shows, and the AKC has specific guidelines as to how you can give your Havanese haircut. These are the best Havanese grooming tips to follow should you decide to take your Havanese to major competitions.

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You can cut Havanese hair using either a number-40 blade (in two pieces or a small pair of clipping shears) or the grooming scissors. The only hair you should cut is around the paws. However, this is just enough to give your the paws a circular shape. It is possible to trim the hair around your rump and the hair between the ears, based on the show you are entering.

Here are Havanese grooming tips that you need to follow before giving your Havanese its haircut. The first is to ensure that your Havanese receives a daily brushing. Havanese aren’t known to shed hair, therefore it is important that they receive daily grooming. Your Havanese will benefit from daily brushing as part of their grooming routine.

Also, before giving your Havanese a hair cut, you should make a point to apply oil to the skin and fur. This can be done with a loose-toothed, metal comb. Make sure you apply the oil in a controlled manner and then move the comb through your hair. Oiling is usually done on prior to bath time and is usually done for dogs prone to dry hair and skin. Consult your vet or breeder whether you think your Havanese needs oiling as part of their grooming routine.

It is crucial to keep your Havanese calm during the whole procedure of having their hair cut. Toy dogs can be active and fun than larger breeds, and they can be exuberant while grooming. By soothing them gently with your hands and your voice before you attempt to give your Havanese haircut, will make the process much easier for you both.

Even if you don’t plan to take your Havanese into any contests or shows, you will still want to ensure that their fur stays trim and tidy. To avoid their long hair becoming matted and tangled, all Havanese need to be brushed regularly. Oiling your hair of your Havanese up to 24 hours prior cutting is essential when they have dry skin or hair. Overall, the Havanese grooming process is an easy one, provided you adhere to these easy guidelines.

Fiona Kelly is an avid breeder, owner and researcher, focusing on small breeds.