I will get my standard puppy in a few weeks, would it be rude to ask the breeder to not keep shaving its face? I like the poodles fluffy.
It's not rude to talk to the breeder about it. Keep in mind that even fluffy faces are barbered a bit. It's important to keep their hair out of their eyes.I will get my standard puppy in a few weeks, would it be rude to ask the breeder to not keep shaving its face? I like the poodles fluffy.
This is how we desensitised our puppy when we first got him. The breeder had given him a first clip but told us she had accidentally nicked his face and that he may be reluctant to have his face touched because of this. We use an electric toothbrush and lots of loving touches to his face and never had any problems with clipping his face afterwards. He was a little lovebug and lapped up as much attention as he could get!Not rude at all. You can also still desensitize your puppy to how the clippers will feel on their face using an electric toothbrush if you decide you don’t want to clip their face. Combing their face is also key if you decide to keep their hair longer there.