All our furry friends are all individuals when it comes to their personalities, but some pets have a more unique coats that require special care…
The Standard Poodle has a single coat (in black, blue, silver, grey, apricot, white, brown) which is curly or corded. It needs to be clipped regularly. There are different types of clips, which give them their distinctive look. Clean ears for wax and have a groomer remove hairs from inside the ear canal. They shed little to no hair.
Miniature Schnauzers have a double coat – a wiry top coat (usually in salt and pepper, black, white or silver) and a soft under coat – which does not shed a lot nor does it need too much maintenance. A daily routine of combing and brushing – especially the beard and the leg hair – will prevent matting. A complete clipping twice a year is a good idea. Trim around the eyes and ears and clean the whiskers after each meal.
Siamese cats have a short and sleek coat and are a pointed breed, which means their body is often lighter in colour and their points (their face, legs, tail and ears) are usually darker. Their markings come in four colours: blue, lilac, chocolate and seal point.
A pointed breed, meaning their body is often lighter in colour and the points (face, legs, tail and ears) are usually darker. They require regular brushing.
Like the Siamese, Ragdolls are a pointed breed, meaning their body is often lighter incolour and their face, legs, tail and ears are usually darker.