|Barked: Mon Feb 20, '12 4:23pm PST |
|You can start now getting her used to pulling it up, I generally start with two little bits above the eyes. Top knots take time to grow, but it's never too late. You could still start one on your older dog, keep trimming on the nose would be best at this point for him, but above his eyes you can let it grow.
A Tiny bit of gel to hold the hair back when it starts to get floppy and has a hard time staying up is useful as well.
It always amuses me when family members threw a fit about my male yorkie... he Stayed multicolored, with bows and ribbons and painted toenails. I even kept clean feet on him like a poodle because he had tight upright toes, and it cut back on the muck he carried in the house. (granted I was a groomer at the time... so I could do it all myself)
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