Bichon Frise Care Instructions

Bichon is a terrific buddy in every family because of his upbeat, courteous, and loving nature. It is simple to raise Bichon Frise dogs, but owners must train them properly if they want them to look well and be healthy. wt online pet supplies will explain “How to Groom Bichon Frise” in the article below.

How to Groom a Bichon Frise

This trim does not “correct” any flaws and is not intended to be a conformation or contest groom. For this haircut, I use a size-A snap-on comb, although the length may be changed to suit the requirements of other customers. I send Colby straight to the tub since she frequents the salon (she comes in for a complete groom approximately every five to six weeks) and I prefer to do all my brushing while fluff drying.

Step 1: Take a shower

Give the groom a relaxing bath to start. I use a whitening shampoo and a deep-cleansing bath to wash Colby. Additionally, I use diluted conditioner.

Phase 2: Dry

Blow as much water out of the coat as the pet will allow using a high-velocity drier. Colby is an expert at this and lets me use the HV dryer to get her 90% dry.

Step 3: Straighten

Straighten, dry, and remove any knots from the coat systematically using a line brush and a stand or hand drier. Use a comb to make sure the dog is fully combed out.

Step 4. Trim the nails.

Trim and smooth the nails.

Step 5: Clean your ears

To clean and pluck the ears.

Step 6: Trim the bottoms of the feet

Trim the area surrounding the foot pads with a #30 blade.

Step 7: Cleanup Trim

Clip the hygienic areas using a #10 blade.

Step 8: Body Clip

From behind the shoulders to the base of the tail, clip using a size-A snap-on comb (leaving some neck hair to transition into the head). Clip at the elbow and from the point of the shoulder down. Trim the dog’s sides and then wrap them beneath the tummy.

Step 9. Clip the rear thighs.

Continue using the size-A, snap-on comb to trim the top of the thigh. On the rear leg, picture a Schnauzer design.

Step 10. Clip the backs of the rear legs.

On the rear of the back legs, clip against the grain from the point of the knee to the point of the rump.

Step11: Trim belly

Clip the belly against the grain toward the chest using the same snap-on comb, scooping out the armpits.

Step 12: Round-off the feet

Round the foot while the back leg is naturally resting on the table.

Step 13. Finish the feet.

Comb the hair in the direction of the pads on each foot. Hair that protrudes above the pads should be cut.

Step 14. Trim the back of the rear legs.

The snap-on comb has established the length and form of the hind legs, but I like to comb the hair on the leg up and out and touch up any stray hairs. I begin with her rump since bubble butts are characteristic of Bichons.

Step 15.Trim the front and back legs in step 15

Scissor from the tuck up to the toe, following the curve of the knee.

Step 16: Trim Back Legs Outside & Inside

Trim the rear leg’s inner and outer edges into parallel, straight lines.

Step 17: Complete the rear legs

By lifting up each foot and cutting from the large pad towards the hock, you may create a rear angle on the hock.

Step 18. Trim the front feet.

Use the same motions as for the back foot to round the front ones.

Step 19. Trim the front legs.

Cut the front legs into parallel columns using scissors.

Step 20. Clip the chest

Clip the top of the chest in reverse up into the chin’s “V” using the size-A snap-on comb.

Step 21.Trim Eye Corners 

The inner corners of the eyes should be freed using either thinning shears or a #10 blade.

Step 22. Trim the visor

Trim a visor and comb the hair over the eyes forward.

Step 23. Trim the back of the head

Trim the rear of the ears using scissors after cutting the back of the head.

24. Trim Your Cheeks

Trim the hair, round the ears into the head, and comb the cheekbones down.

25. Finish the head

Trim the hair on top of the head into a spherical dome shape and comb it up and out. I go over the whole head with thinning shears or chunkers, merging everything round and seamlessly.

Step 26: Complete Neck

Transition into the body after trimming the neck to the appropriate length.

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