Published at Sunday, May 27th, 2018 - 10:31:01 AM. . By Kim Wong.
But as time goes by, clipping has evolved and became an art form and fashion for some people. The style you choose largely depends on you - your lifestyle, your willingness to spend time grooming and the purpose of your Poodle (appear in show rings, household pet, etc). If you are a proud owner and believes that your dog can shine in show rings, then you should choose a show clip for this is the only official clip allowed. Show clips could be continental clip or English saddle clip. In the continental clip, the face, throat, feet and part of the tail are shaved. The upper part of the legs is shaved leaving pompons around the ankles. There is also a pompon at the end of the tail. English saddle clip is similar to continental in which the face, throat, feet and part of the tail are shaved. The hindquarters are not shaved except for a curved shaved area on each flank and two shaved bands on each hindleg. A Poodle under one year old may be shown in the puppy clip. In the puppy clip, the face, throat, belly and base of the tail are shaved. There is a pompon on the end of the tail. Shaping of the coat is allowed for neatness.
The two main types of training are behavioral and obedience. Behavioral training is used to prevent and correct bad habits that your puppy or dog have or learning right now. There are many habits like jumping, car chasing, begging, climbing on furniture, and chewing that you may want to prevent from your dog to do. The most important to remember is you should be consistent during the process. For example, don’t let your puppy climb on the couch, otherwise you will have a full grown dog siting on the couch with you. This will confuse the dog, what will cause more problems in the further. If you will put the time to learn the dog’s natural behavior and satisfying the dogs natural instincts in addition to proper exercise will help you to communicate with your dog and this can make the difference between success and failure in training your dog.
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