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|03-31-2007, 09:07 PM||#1|
Senior Yorkie Talker
Join Date: Jun 2005
We have two yorkies...Tyke who is bigger but shaved down and we don't have to worry about his hair being up.
And then there's the little bug named Bubba. He's our 2nd yorkie who has long hair. We pull his hair up and then a couple of hours later it's in his eyes again I've pulled it up before to where it's so tight, he can't blink...and then I'll loosen it and two hours later it's hanging in his eyes...is there anyone that can give me some tips on how to get it to actually STAY up? What's the purpose of putting it up if it is loose again in a couple of hours...? We asked the breeder about trimming him down like our other yorkie (I don't want him trimmed though...he looks so cute with his long fur ) but she says we can't...that it's part of his personality So if we keep it long...it obviously has to go up. Any tips on how to put it up and keep it up?
I'VE BEEN EGGED!!!!
|03-31-2007, 09:59 PM||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Sorry I can't help you as we have 2 5 month old BOYS that Dad wouldn't allow them to have " poofs " on their heads so they will be kept trimmed ! I think I may have to get a GIRL baby sometime so that I can have all the GIRL things ! Good luck but I think it hads something to do with the first elastic wrap ... I know that when our cocker was getting ribbons in her ear we had to cut the things out as the groomer got them in tight !
|04-01-2007, 06:45 AM||#3|
My Darling Divas
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: magnolia, Texas
maybe try spliting the top knot in half and making two, one on each side.