By Sarah Holland. Dog Coats. Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 17:14:01 PM.
Before giving the command to your dog, say his name loud and clear to get his attention; then say the command. Probably you will need to repeat the command few times. Try not to use negative reinforcement. Don’t command your dog to come to get punish because this will teach your dog that when he comes he will get punish, what will make it much harder to train him to do so. Make sure you keep any frustration out of your tone of your voice. If you start feeling frustrated, just take a short break. The dog can sense that you are frustrated and will start to associate the training sessions with your frustration. You can’t hide that you are unhappy from your dog. Dogs are able to feel emotion, so try to be calm and relaxed, firm and confident.
When your Poodles show career is over or if your Poodle is not intended to appear in shows, pet clip is apt in this case. Pet clips can be as simple or elaborate depending on the owners preference. But it is recommended that the hair in the feet, face and under the tail should be kept short to keep dirt from matting in these areas. When deciding which clip style to choose, owners should bear in mind the hygiene and cleanliness. Longer coats require more brushing to avoid mats and short coat in the face, feet and base of tail ensures cleanliness.
Standard Poodle Clip Styles. A well-groomed Standard Poodle is pleasing to the eyes, right? Many dog lovers will definitely agree to that. Poodles have excessively dense coat that just keeps on growing and growing just like the human hair. In addition to their dignified gait, this coat, clipped in varying styles, is what makes Poodles beautiful and unique. But despite the effect on the appearance of a Poodle, the coat is not primarily clipped for the purpose of good looks alone. Clipping is originally done to improve the Poodles ability to swim through water, help it avoid snagging on undergrowth and keep the joints warm and protected from cold.
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