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Top 8 Amazing And Aristocratic Shih Tzu Haircuts

Shih Tzu Haircuts
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Shih Tzus carry an aristocratic aura with them wherever they go. Their fur, based on the owner’s imagination can be grown long or kept clipped.

Styling is cool! Why not try something new for your Shih Tzu dog as well?

Trimming is boring and old, and there are plenty of latest Shih Tzu haircuts you can try for sure. Their hair grows quite fast and it should be trimmed at least every 4-6 weeks.

Take a breather and go through different Shih Tzu haircuts for your amazing pet. Start Styling!

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Important Tips – Shih Tzu Haircuts And Grooming

  • There is a basic difference between fur and hair. Furs can grow much longer than 2-2.5 inches.
  • These dogs do not shed as profusely as other dog breeds.
  • Shredded hair can cause matting and knots.
  • Frequent cleaning and brushing are recommended.
  • Use pet-friendly shampoos to reduce hair fall and for better germ, tick or flea removal.

Unleash the right “ Edwards Scissorhands” and make them look spectacular.

Puppy Cut

The puppy cut is also called summer cut. This haircut stops overheating in warm conditions. Cut the dog’s hair to 1-2 inches length all over. This puppy cut still requires frequent brushing and grooming to avoid tangles and knots.

This haircut looks more practical than other Shih Tzu haircuts. The dog owner can use his imagination and play with the chest coat and ear.

Style Guru Tips

Throw a polka design scarf and your Shih Tzu will be the talk of the town.

Lion Cut

We all are aware that “Shih Tzu” means “Lion Son.” This Shih Tzu haircut looks stunning with a little of mane-like hair around the head and face.

This cut makes your Shih Tzu look like a stuffed doll, creating a cute, fluffy face. Except for the head and the face, the rest of your dog’s body will be trimmed to a size of around 1.5 – 2.0 inches.

Please avoid the whiskers while trimming around your dog’s face.

Style Guru Tips

You can tie the hair with bows and for further attraction, add a name tag. A cool collar can complete your dog’s look.

The Practical Top Knot

You can do this hairstyle by gathering your pet’s hair at the apex or ball of the head. Secure the hair in point with a clip, tie, or ribbon of your choice.

You can also braid the hair tightly back. The hair will do fall back and the body hair should be trimmed one inch for a fine appearance. For better results, you should keep away from your dog’s mouth and eyes.

 

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Style Guru Tips

Add more clips! If you own a female Shih Tzu, you can braid the hair.

Top Knot Show Cut

Mainly preferred for show dogs, the top knot show cut is a high maintenance haircut.

All the Shi Tzu’s hair keeps flowing in this haircut. Brush the coat frequently to avoid tangles. This haircut can make your Shih Tzu gasp for breath in hot and humid conditions.

Proper trimming and brushing the hair is necessary. Remove all tangles.

The hair length should remain long. Keep the hair near their chest and ensure that the hair never falls down. Try a top ponytail.

Style Guru Tips

Avoid rubber bands and use the best quality decorative hair clips.

Flared Bottom Style

In this haircut, the hair present on the tail and legs are long and the body hair is trimmed to at least 3 inches. Maintain the facial hair as long as possible for a nice look.

Style Guru Tips

Braid the head hair!

Teddy Bear Cut

The Shih Tzu appears like a doll in this teddy bear cut. This haircut matches your dog’s personality splendidly. You can trim the coat to a length of 2-2.5 inches. Trim the ears also to this length.

Allow 4 inches for the rest of the dog’s face.

 

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Style Guru Tips

Anything is possible in this haircut. You can color your puppy and always contact a vet before proceeding with the same.

Japanese Cut

There are different variations in this Japanese cut, most Shih Tzu owners leave their pet’s ears long. It is then followed up with hairy legs which can have a triangular or rounded shape.

It’s not for all dog owners but only for those who are keen to watch their dog in a new avatar.

Style Guru Tips

A special haircut so goes for a reputable dog hairstylist.

Haircut For Braids, Pigtails, And Bows

Semi-long or medium haircut allows the owners to try a hair band for using bows. For the professional competition, this is one of a kind Shih Tzu haircut.

Take the hair present on the crown and brush up nicely. Take a part of hair of your choice and secure it using a hair band. Place the remaining hair whichever way you want.

Your little doggie is now ready to wear his new dog bun with pride.

Style Guru Tips

Try French plaits on the crown hair.

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