Wrapping your dog's hair will help you to cultivate a beautiful drop coat for success in the ring.
We recommend getting your dog used to brushing, grooming and handling early, starting with small increments of banding and working your way up gradually. Banding facial hair and hair skirts will preventing staining and tangling, and ensure your dog's hair stays stunning enough to show.
Teaching young dogs around six to eight months of age to begin to accept hair wrapping will help to prevent problems in the future. Start with just a few wrappers that you'll gradually increase over a period of time.
Tips on hair wrapping:
Use tissue paper wrappers on the body and face
Use plastic wrappers on the legs
Fold wraps so no sharp edges can come into contact with skin
Secure each wrap with two bands
Minimize the effects of styling products, blow dryers and flat irons used for showing by using the
right products, and bathing your dog regularly to remove any styling sprays you've applied. Regular bathing with the right products will keep hair moisturized, prevent static and frizz, and add shine. Our products never contain alcohol, which is extremely drying to hair and skin.
From washing and styling products to professional bands for dog grooming, we’ve got all of your hair care needs covered.