Pet owners who favor the natural look on their dogs will appreciate this simple but distinctive cut.
This short but cute haircut can be the perfect solution for keeping a dog fluffy while still avoiding matting.
The German Trim can be the perfect low-maintenance option for Standard Poodles whose owners are looking for a bit more style than can be provided by a complete shave down.
Thinking out of the box when grooming mixed breeds—as demonstrated here on Shay, a Poodle-Pomeranian mix—can be a great alternative to cookie-cutter puppy cuts.
Finding the right coat length for a pet that is prone to matting will result in a groom that is not only aesthetically appealing, but also practical for both the pet owner and stylist.
A personality trim, like the one demonstrated on Shay, a Pomeranian mixed breed, can provide groomers with an opportunity to exercise their creativity by incorporating elements from various pure-breed styles.
An all-over “teddy” haircut can be a great, easy-to-maintain alternative to a Pekingese’s long show cut.
Hand-stripping is a technique that can really set a groomer apart from the competition.
Grooming mixed-breed dogs like Ginger can be a challenge, but they can also bring out a groomer’s creativity.
A Miniature Poodle puppy’s first visit to the salon is a great opportunity to begin getting both the pet and its owner acquainted with the grooming process.
The Miami trim can be a great option for clients who want to give their dogs a low-maintenance coat, while maintaining the classic Poodle look.
Depending on their preferences, some grooming salon clients may opt to have their Rough-Coated Jack Russell Terrier’s coat clipped instead of hand stripped.
While it maintains some of the traits of a show cut, a relatively short pet trim can be a great easy-maintenance option for a grooming salon’s Wheaten Terrier clients.
A combination of hand stripping, clipping and thinning can produce a great pet cut for Irish Terriers.
A haircut that can be completed quickly and easily, yet still offers groomers the flexibility to adjust to clients’ preferences, will provide a great competitive advantage.
While its breed standard calls for the Tibetan Terrier to be impressively full-coated, pet owners will find that a shorter, more manageable cut is far more practical to maintain and will help avoid matting.
To produce a nice finish on Cockapoos that have a straighter coat with a bit of a wave, groomers can use thinning shears to blend any choppy marks.
Hand-stripping coarse-coated Giant Schnauzers like Brutus can be a great way for professional groomers to set themselves apart from the competition and earn some extra cash.
Reilly the Toy Poodle represents a great example of how professional groomers can bring a little personality to a breed commonly seen in the salon.
There are many opinions on the proper way to groom doodles. This particular groom, which is performed on a Labradoodle, can be modified for longer and shorter lengths.