1. Lion Cut
Labradoodles with longer fur require regular grooming to avoid matting and tangles. The lion cut involves shaving the legs and body, leaving a mane around the head. An experienced groomer should do it.
2. Teddy Bear Cut
The Teddy Bear Cut is famous for Poodles, Labradoodles, and Goldendoodles with curly coats. After bathing, gently dry the skin and use clippers to trim the fur around the body, leaving longer hair on the legs and feet. This cut requires less maintenance.
3. Puppy Cut
Scheduling regular puppy trims helps keep your dog’s coat neat. The puppy cut involves shorter body hair and longer hair on the head and tail for an adorable, fluffy look. It is suitable for all breeds.
The Mohawk cut features short body hair, while the legs remain longer. This style requires additional maintenance with daily brushing and occasional touch-ups between grooming appointments.
The TopKnot Cut shapes the fur into an adorable tuft on the head. It works best for dogs with curly coats. Regular brushing is needed to prevent matting, but this cut requires minimal upkeep.
6. Kennel Cut
The Kennel cut keeps the fur short, making it ideal for warmer temperatures or dogs prone to heat stroke. It is a simple and low-maintenance style.