AKC Rules For Giving

Havanese is a Bichon breeder, are sweet and friendly cousins of the Bichon Frise. Their small size is ideal for those who reside in smaller houses Their playful nature makes them ideal for families with kids. The AKC has guidelines specific to how to groom your Havanese. These adorable dogs are very well-known and well-loved. These particular Havanese grooming tips must be followed precisely when you plan to exhibit your Havanese at any important competition.

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A Havanese hair cut should be accomplished using either the blade of the number 40 (in a pair of clipping shears) or a tiny pair of grooming scissors. The only hair that you need to cut is around the paws. In any case, it’s only enough to give your the paws a circular shape. Based on the type of show you are entering it is also possible to clip the hair around the rump region, and even the hair that is inside your ears.

Before giving your Havanese a hair cut There are some specific Havanese grooming tips you should be following to ensure that your pup looks its best after the grooming process is complete. The first step is to ensure that your Havanese gets a daily grooming. Havanese are by nature don’t shed which is why brushing them every day is essential to keep their coats free of loose or damaged hair. Your Havanese will benefit from daily brushing as part of their routine of grooming.

You should also coat your hair with oil before you cut it. This can be done using the comb’s teeth that are loose and you should be sure to apply the oil first, then run the comb with care. The oiling process is typically done in the morning prior to bathing and is generally performed for dogs that are prone to dry hair and dry skin. If you’re unsure as to whether or not your Havanese requires oiling as a part of their grooming routine, consult your veterinarian or breeder to confirm.

The most crucial aspect of giving your Havanese a hair cut, is that you remember to be at peace throughout the entire procedure. Toy dogs can be more active and fun than larger breeds, and can get rambunctious while grooming. This can make the grooming process easier for you both by soothing them with your hands and your voice prior to you attempt to cut your Havanese’s hair.

Even if it is not your intention to plan to enter your Havanese in any shows or competitions You will want to keep their fur neat and neat. Every day brushings for all Havanese are necessary to keep their hair from matting. If your dog has dry skin and hair you will likely require oiling 24 hours before giving your Havanese a hair cut. All in all the Havanese grooming process is an easy one, when you follow these basic guidelines.

Fiona Kelly is an avid breeder, owner and a studer, particularly of small breeds.