I have mentioned in the past that Morgan got me a new puppy for Valentine's Day. Well, his little puppy hair was getting shaggy so I decided I would give him his first haircut. I am a cosmotologist (fancy word for hair cutter) and cutting this little guy's hair should be easy. Apparently it is trickier than I thought. He wouldn't just sit still and turn when I needed him to like I invisioned in my head that he would. Instead he kept trying to bite me the whole time. And even though a number 1 clipper guard may look cute on my boys, it doesn't look so good on a dog. Before I gave him his hair cut, he was a dark haired dog, now he is gray.This is his before shot. This is the day we got him. He just had a fresh hair cut. Oh my gosh he is so cute. Notice Wolfe's extremely long and skinny legs.
Here he is after. I buzzed the top of his head really well but didn't get the neck very good. I was also using a cheap pair of clippers from Ross. I didn't want to use my human clippers on a dog.
I got the important area though, his bum. I was having to use baby wipes on him when he came inside after doing a big job because the hair was a little shaggy in that area.
I didn't know what to do about his tail, so I guess I am growing it out....like a poodle.
I didn't touch his beard or eyebrows so his face is still precious (thank goodness). A dog's eyebrows are sacred. Notice I didn't cut Teddy's hair. I did that on purpose. I am growing his hair out like Orlando Bloom's hair on The Lord of the Rings. Also his longer hair is cuter in a baseball cap (Teddy's not the dog's). Anyways his hair cut is ridiculous (the dog's not Teddy's) but I am going to keep trying to do it myself. It is cheaper.