A Yorkie’s hair is one of the things that makes this breed of dog so distinctive. If you’re thinking of giving your Yorkie a haircut, read this blog post first!
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Gather your supplies
To start, you will need some basic supplies. You will need a sharp pair of scissors, some thinning shears, a comb, and some dog-safe hairspray. You will also need a towel to put your Yorkie on and to catch the hair, and treats to keep your dog calm during the haircut.
You will need:
– A sharp pair of scissors or clippers
– A wide-tooth comb
– A slicker brush
– A small amount of pet conditioner
– Yorkie shampoo
A sharp pair of scissors
You’ll need a sharp pair of scissors designed specifically for cutting hair. Don’t use your kitchen scissors or any other type of household scissors, as these can damage your dog’s fur. You’ll also need a comb to help you detangle your Yorkie’s hair before cutting it.
A comb is one of the most important tools you will need to cut your Yorkie’s hair. There are many different types and sizes of combs, so it is important to choose one that is comfortable for you to hold and that will reach all the way down to the skin. You will also want to make sure that the teeth of the comb are not too far apart, or you may end up pulling the hair instead of cutting it.
A set of clippers (optional)
You will need to use a set of clippers if you would like to cut your Yorkie’s hair shorter. You can find these at most pet stores. Be sure to get clippers that are specifically designed for dogs, as human hair clippers will not work properly and can hurt your dog. You will also need to purchase some dog shampoo, as well as conditioner if you plan on using it. Finally, you will need to gather some dog treats, as well as a comb and scissors.
Prepare your dog
You will need to purchase the following supplies: Clippers- Andis, Oster, Wahl, guards, scissors, thinning shears, shampoo, conditioner, towels, and a styptic powder.Start by trimming the hair on the top of your Yorkie’s head.
Brush your dog’s coat to remove any knots or tangles.
Before you start trimming your dog’s hair, you’ll need to brush their coat to remove any knots or tangles. Use a comb to work through their coat, starting at the head and working your way down the body. Be careful not to pull too hard on their fur, and take your time to work out any knots. Once their fur is free of tangles, you’re ready to begin trimming.
Decide on the length you want to cut your dog’s hair.
There are a few different ways that you can cut your dog’s hair, depending on the length you want. If you want your dog’s hair to be short, you can use clippers to buzz it down. You’ll want to take care not to cut too close to the skin, as this could cause irritation. For a longer cut, you can use scissors to trim the hair. Be sure to comb the hair out before cutting it, as this will help you get an even trim.
Cut your dog’s hair
Cutting your dog’s hair can be a daunting task, but it’s important to keep their coat healthy and free of knots. The Yorkie’s hair is especially prone to tangles and mats, so it’s important to brush and comb them regularly. If you’re not comfortable doing it yourself, you can always take them to a groomer.
Using scissors, cut the hair on the top of your dog’s head.
Start by holding a small amount of the top hair between your fingers. Cut straight across, following the natural lay of the hair. If you cut at an angle, it will create a line in the haircut. Use scissors with blunt tips for safety.
Do not cut too much off at once. It is better to err on the side of cutting too little, as you can always go back and cut more if necessary. dog haircuts should be done gradually over time to prevent shock to the system.
Cut the hair on the sides of your dog’s head.
Start by combing your dog’s hair to detangle any knots and remove any loose hair. Then, use scissors to trim the hair on the sides of your dog’s head, angling the scissors slightly so that the hair is shorter at the bottom than it is at the top. Be sure to only cut a little bit of hair at a time so you don’t accidentally make it too short.
Trim the hair around your dog’s face.
Start by using small, sharp scissors to trim the hair around your dog’s face.Be very careful not to cut your dog’s skin.Pay special attention to the area around your dog’s eyes. You may need to use a comb to help keep the hair out of the way while you trim.
Next, use scissors or clippers to trim the hair on the top of your dog’s head.Start in the middle of your dog’s head and work your way towards the back. Then, move to one side and trim towards the back again. Clip or trim in the direction of hair growth to avoid harming your dog’s skin.
You can use scissors or clippers to trim the hair along your dog’s back. Start at the base of your dog’s neck and work your way down towards his tail. Be sure to follow the contours of your dog’s body as you trim.
Finally, use scissors or clippers to trim any remaining hair on your dog’s legs and paws. Be extra careful not to cut into your dog’s skin while you work.
Optional: Use clippers to trim your dog’s hair
Clippers can be a great way to trim your dog’s hair, and they can also help you avoid cutting their skin. Yorkies have very delicate skin, so it’s important to be careful when you’re using clippers. You’ll also want to make sure that you’re using the right type of clipper for your dog’s coat. In this article, we’ll show you how to cut a Yorkie’s hair using clippers.
Put the clippers on the lowest setting.
Use clippers to trim your dog’s hair. Put the clippers on the lowest setting. Slowly move the clippers through your dog’s hair. Work your way around your dog’s body. Trim the hair on your dog’s legs. Cut along the natural line of your dog’s coat.
Trim the hair on your dog’s back and legs.
Use clippers to trim the hair on your dog’s back and legs. Be sure to move the clippers slowly so you don’t cut too much off at once. You can also use scissors to trim the hair around your dog’s face.
Give your dog a treat!
Start off by giving your dog a treat to get him used to the idea of having his hair cut. Once he’s comfortable, start working with small sections of hair at a time. Use scissors or thinning shears to cut the hair, being careful not to cut too much off at once. You can always trim more later if needed. Yorkies have very delicate skin, so be extra careful not to cut them while you’re trimming their hair.