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Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focus' on how to groom the head of a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier.
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I would now move into the head of the Wheaton. First of all, I would do this. Now for quickness and safety and cleanliness, I’ll use electric clippers. Some people may cringe at this but you will find that it’s a lot easier than using straight scissors or even the thinning shears to go over the ears and you’ll find that you get a neater finish, all right.
Inside the ear, you’ll find that a Wheaton terrier has problems with lots of hair. And if you don’t clear this away, you’ll find that you do have a lot of ear problems. Now, to do this you must start it at a very early age, say 12 to 14 weeks. And get your Wheaton used to hair dyers, vacuum cleaners and the clippers. And this leaves a line around the ear for when you use straight scissors, some and just follow the line and tidy the ear off. Comb the head here away from the ear because you don’t want to cut that. That is an adjuster on the clippers which gives you length of cut. On an angle from the top of the ear, lay the ear flat in your hand, from the top of the ear in and down to flat, in and down to flat.
Now the thinning shears, you back comb the hair on the ear a fluffy top and just never across the ear because that leaves a straight line but up the ear, just go over the straight line that you’ve left and that will give you a nice neat tidy ear that’s not going to give you any problems of mites or waxing and it’s a lot cleaner and so quick to do and also you may never damage the dog’s ear if you do it in this way.
Now the head, comb the hair down the neck away from the head. Separate the neck from the jaw all around and then comb the hair on the head forward. With the thinning shears, again, hold the head at the front. Flip the ear up, start thinning around the jaw line. People say to me why do I do this? Now when the ear folds over, if there’s a lot of hair there, you going to get sweaty and waxy ears, so therefore when you clipper it, there’s no need for this to be there.
So don’t go right in on chop right down to the skin but do it slowly and learn how to do this. I always go back to fine comb and just comb here and give you shape so don’t lose the shape. Follow the jaw with the thinning shears down. So from the ear you get a nice shape and then take the jaw line a bit closer, then the neck. Separate the jaw from the neck. As you can see the shape was coming. Lift the head, you see a beauty spot in the center every week and got one of them. From the bottom of the jaw to the beauty spot, take it away, same to the other side, to the beauty spot, take it away. You might say why isn’t it just as easy to use a straight scissor but when you’ve used the straight you leave a straight line? That doesn’t need any lines and also with the straight scissor what you’ve cut away will not be replaced. So with the thinning shear, you can get the desired length that you want. If you like your dog to be longing post then you don’t say good much away. If you like your dogs to be shapely and short in coat, then you keep on working it until you get to your desired length.
With a straight edge scissor, what you cut away, you can't put back. You can see the desired shape now coming. Separation of head from the neck, hold the ear and the hair together and lift the ear. Get your thinning shear, make a shape use these thinning shears just go over the edge of less straight cut.
With the straight edge scissors, just try the edge of the ear. Finger form to the edge of the ear so you don’t cut the skin and just follow the line the clippers have left. Comb the neck away and bring the head forward. Now, that is a--from the top of the dogs hair and its call the occiput or a lump. Now this shouldn’t be prominent on the Wheaton, so feel for it. From the occiput or lump, bring the hair forward. From the neck, take it down. From the back of the ear just take the ends off. From the front, shorten it. From the back of the neck, shorten it.
When you’ve done enough cuts, just comb it out. Stop and loop and comb the head into the designed shape you want. With the thinning shears, just go over the top and take it down slowly. Just one cut in and there and the beard will thin it out with these thinning shears. Just go over the tip of the hair until you get the desired shape you’re looking for.