How Do You Groom A Bichon Poodle?
The Bichon poodle is a popular dog breed thanks to its exuberant personality and small, elegant appearance. A Bichon poodle, however, is a very high maintenance dog that requires frequent and regular grooming to not only keep them looking their best, but also to help prevent problems with their coats and skin. Brush your Bichon poodle daily to prevent matting and knots from occurring. Using a dog grooming comb, comb the hair in small sections with upward strokes of the comb. Apply baby powder to any mats or knots that have formed and gently work the mat out using a de-matting comb or slicker brush. Brush your Bichon with a shedding brush once a week to remove any undercoat that has shed. The Bichon is a low-shedding dog, but there will be some loose hairs that need to be removed to prevent matting. Trim the hair around the eyes and nose using blunt-tipped scissors to accentuate the darkness of these facial features against the white coat. For a traditional Bichon cut, leave the beard a