Looking for hairstyle for your Shih Tzu with Long Hair? Which hairstyles would best suit your Shih Tzu? Can I get my Shih Tzu to look like a Princess 👸 or a Teddy Bear 🧸?
1. Shih Tzu Teddy Bear Cut
Imagine hugging your living Teddy Bear. Now what if, you could have your dog be a fluffy as your plushiest teddy bear. Your dog could be a walking ball of cuteness.
It’s fairly easy to maintain, you’re going to need to comb out any tangles with this fluffy style. You’re going to want to do little touch-ups with this cut. In order to keep it looking round, symmetrical. And beat back any blowouts meaning rapid hair growth. Like tight little ball.
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2. Shih Tzu Top Knot
Does your long hair keep getting caught in your eyes? Shih Tzu with long hair can totally relate. The Top-knot is an instantly recognizable hairstyle of Shih Tzu. When people see this hairstyle, they automatically think is that a Shih Tzu. Your dog will be striating their stuff, ever where they go.
3. Flared Bottom Style
Flared Bottom conjures up images of 70s bell bottoms jeans. People will go nuts over you’re dog’s fashionable legs. Every step looks like Rockette’s kick. Adding extra flare to your Shih Tzu’s cat walk.
4. Shih Tzu Japanese Cut
The Japanese cut is broad term for short body hair with extra-long ears and very hairy legs. This style is in typical Japanese extravagance with extra attitude. Their legs can be styled what ever your dog’s desire. This look is especially kawaii with fluffed circular legs. Go for flared bottom style if your Shih Tzu is looking for extra pizzazz.
5. Medium Length Cut
This is the happy medium between two extremes. The coat is not so long that it reaches the ground. Yet it is not too short, so it has volume and can be styled in the manner you require, but it is short enough to keep maintenance at a manageable level.
Tools for clipping your dog’s hair and nails should be available at your nearest pet shop. Do not cheap out when purchasing clippers unless you are fine with struggling to cut your dog’s hair and nails or returning for new clippers soon after your original purchase. Just remember, your dog deserves the best.