In our puppy cut Maltese edition, we’re going to focus on how to make your Maltese beautiful.
Like the Goldendoodle, Maltese dogs are extra cute and can rock a variety of hairstyles. In this article, we’re going to talk about a few of the most popular Maltese hair cuts.
Puppy Cut Maltese Edition: Hairstyles
These are some of the most popular puppy cut styles for the Maltese dog.
The Maltese Show Cut
This haircut takes a bit of dedication and work to really perfect. However, this is also one of the most popular Maltese puppy cuts and really gets the dogs looking at their finest.
Despite the fact that the Maltese usually has curly hair, the show cut involves straightening your dog’s hair. If done properly, their fur can almost reach the floor – even the fur on their face.
As you can imagine, keeping a curly-haired dog’s hair straight requires consistent work, lots of brushing, and much dedication. The result is one of the most beautiful dogs on the planet.
Teddy Bear Cut
The Teddy Bear Cut is one of the cutest that you can find. It’ll make your dog look fluffy and adorable.
This is also a very easy hair cut to give your dog at home. Using dog clippers, you can simply trim the side and back fur down to a quarter inch. Leave the rest of the fur at its original length.
Trim around the face until it resembles a teddy bear, brush them out, and they’ll look like a fluffy teddy bear puppy.
The Puppy Cut
If you want your dog to look young and youthful, this is the cut for them. With a puppy cut Maltese dogs look fantastic. It’s similar to the Teddy Bear Cut except you trim the fur around the entire body to the same length of a quarter inch.
This is a relatively low-maintenance style that can be kept with a minimum of upkeep.
The Maltese Bob Cut
This is the puppy cut for people who want their Maltese to have a unique look. This is one of the most human-like haircuts that you can give your puppy, which is one of the reasons that it’s so popular.
All you have to do is part the hair atop your puppy’s head and allow it to grow. As the hair grows down it will follow the shape of your pup’s face.
While this haircut sounds simple enough, it actually takes a lot of precision and should be left to professionals or experienced dog groomers.
Keep the dog’s fur cut short all around their torso, leaving the back and sides each with about a quarter inch of fur. The rest is trimmed shorter, down to 1/16 of an inch.
The variety of Maltese puppy cut styles is impressive. These are just 5 of the most popular hair cuts. Some of these hair cuts are quite simple and can be done on your own. Others, like the short cut, may require professional grooming.