A puppy hair cut can really help to bring personality to your dog. Puppy cut goldendoodle dogs may look quite different compared to puppy cuts for dogs of different breeds. A good puppy cut will make your pet comfortable and happy to return home.
In this article we’re going to discuss the various types of goldendoodle puppy haircuts. By the end of the article, you’ll be able to decide which puppy cut is best for your dog.
Puppy Cut Goldendoodle Styles
Giving your dog a haircut is one of the most exciting aspects of dog grooming. There are lots of different puppy cuts for your goldendoodle. These are some of the most common.
Teddy Bear Cut
This is the cut most commonly referred to as the ‘goldendoodle puppy cut,’ and it’s certainly the most common. This hair cut shortens all of the dog’s hair so that it’s no more than 2 inches in length. This makes your dog look cute and fluffy.
The length of hair in the teddy bear cut depends on your personal preferences and your dog’s appearance.
The Lion Cut
Lions are cats. Dogs are not cats, and as such, cannot be lions. But this doesn’t stop people from trying to shave their goldendoodles to look like lions.
This is probably the funniest and most exciting haircut your goldendoodle could have. The dog’s back half is shaved, leaving a ‘mane’ that makes your dog look like a (hilarious) lion.
Don’t be surprised if people can’t take your dog seriously!
The mohawk haircut looks exactly the way that it sounds. If you’re a punk or if you think your dog has punk-rock tendencies, this is the haircut for you.
This haircut can be accomplished by giving your dog a goldendoodle haircut but leaving the hair atop the head, between the ears, its normal length. The result is a mohawk.
The Lamb Cut
The lamb cut was originally designed for purebred poodles, but goldendoodles seem to be able to rock it just as well (if not better). The cut is simple and easy to maintain despite providing your puppy with an exciting look.
The easiest way to do this is to give your dog a goldendoodle cut while leaving the hair around the legs about 2-4 inches in length.
The Kennel Cut
The kennel cut isn’t very exciting. Most people choose the kennel cut because it’s simple and easy to maintain. However, you’re not going to get much style out of it.
The kennel cut is also a great choice for the summer months. The cut, which involves shaving all of your dog’s hair to be very short, allows it to stay cool.
This haircut also minimizes the time that you’ll need to spend grooming your pup. This can free up more time for training or other activities like work and school.
If you’re looking for a good puppy cut for your goldendoodle, then you’ll need to assess your dog’s personality. This will help you get a better idea of what hairstyle they’ll be able to rock.