Grooming Your Tibetan Terrier (Part 2 of 3)



continue to brush Angus and when I'm done I'm going to flip him over and to the other side however before I flip them over I'm actually going to do the insides of these legs using my brush brushing out his chest well spraying his chest first missing it lightly to prevent the coat from breaking engine brushing out his chest really well and you'll find it like one area on a dog at Matt's pretty quickly is actually the underarms and if you're not showing your dog you can actually flip out this hair and that actually we're just matting quite a bit just take some scissors actually Angus has a little bit of a mat right here that I'm going to use this slicker brush to remove and the slicker brush is really good for removing small mats that are basically the result of undercoat getting tangled with top coats you can see there's just some really small mats in here and it's just important to get these small mats out before they become large mats because this is a pretty sensitive area on the dog the underarms and so it's really difficult to remove large mats in the underarm area once they form because it's just really sensitive skin and the dogs really resent their hair being pulled in this area and they're trying to remove the match so I'll personally go through the hair with this slicker brush in the underarm area just to remove those small mats to start to break them up and then I'll take my o Angus Angus away then I'll take my Greyhound comp and actually comb out the area so I first removed most of the mat using my slicker brush and then I've gone back and used my Greyhound comb to make sure that I've removed all of them and so I'll do that with his legs his front legs and his rear legs on each side just brush through the area really thoroughly first Alvarez right with my pin brush is really getting into the underarm area or like for instance the groin area here which sometimes is prone to matter to the insides of the legs can be prone to matting and the paws can be really problematic to also behind the ears there's another area that's problematic so it's really important the hippies areas and to thoroughly remove any match because areas and of course it's good for the health of the dog to remove mats as soon as they form really are almost as soon as they form just because it improves air circulation to the dogs and it can reduce the incidence of skin diseases so I'm just brushing out this underarms again first with my pin brush you know just brushing fairly vigorously he doesn't like it much he's probably brushed off last week just hate stay and sometimes you might find that you need to get a friend to help hold the tog while you're brushing the mats out and come to our marriage because I really don't like to be brushed here or at least that's what I find with my dogs really don't like to have their underarm areas brush some beside ones I finished with the slicker brush I'll just go through I'll just go through with my comb and a message is going to try calming am in a standing position coming is underarm area in a standard position really isn't working very well because so much coat Angus Angus Oh stay good boy yes I'm just going on here I'm just going to comb out his left underarm right now just make sure that all the knots are out they don't want him to get any hot spots because of poor air circulation to us skin caused by a mat toys got some you got some tangled hair in here but it's not too bad so I'm just combing his underarm to remove some of the fine mats that have formed you can see some of the undercoat that the comb has removed another area that really can mat up on a Tibetan Terrier is the collar area and it's actually a good idea either not to use a collar to use an English lead or to use a rolled leather collar with your coated breeds with the Tibetan Terrier because it a flat collar can create quite a bit of matting in the neck area the rolled leather collar really reduces the incidence of matter so in this area is really a lot like grooming the body brushing the body first I'm going to use my pin brush just brush through the size of his neck again brushing in the direction that the hair grows really being really being thorough in terms of brushing out the area behind his ears so I'm being really thorough here brushing out the hair behind his ears and I'm just going to take a look at his ears make sure that they're they look healthy that they're not inflamed and they look nice and light pink the ear is red then you probably want to consult your veterinarian because it might be an indication of an ear infection so I can just you know brush up this top of his head again I'm going to spray lightly with some of the water and conditioner mix and I'm just going to brush out his chest again starting at the bottom brushing in the direction that the coke grows and moving up the chest for a chest Angus does brushing under his chin not hair so then when I'm done using the paintbrush on us had a neck and ears

10 thoughts on “Grooming Your Tibetan Terrier (Part 2 of 3)

  1. Angus looks a lot like our dog Chulo. He isn't good with grooming, and has mats on his tummy. I'm just trying to get him used to being brushed.

  2. Mine would not just lay there, he would be trying to lick my hand.
    Beautiful animal!
    But I could be prejudice, because he looks just like my dog, only mine is just a bit smaller, 17 lbs.

  3. Boy, Angus, is much more tolerant of being groomed than Dunkie is. Especially around the under arms. And Izzy is still a terror! Good Job!

  4. HI! I hear in this video you mentioned the type of collars that helps in preventing tangles in neck area, can you write it for me, so that I can look on the internet how that type of collar looks.
    Thank you and by the way, your dog looks nice and at least he is still while you are brushing him 🙂
    Greetings

  5. Nice dog! I like tibetan terriers.. Mine was pretty easy to groom.. I loved that little guy, Mikudi Texas Cowboy was in the netherlands to get his titles but had to go back to ireland, i sure learned a lot !

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