Dogs have whiskers on their nose above the upper lip, chin, and forehead. If you
trim them, it will not hurt them. However, they do use their whiskers as a sixth ...
Sep 16, 2015 ... The technical name for the the stiff and heavy hairs that grow out from your dog's
muzzle and over your dog's eyes is “vibrissae." However, you ...
May 20, 2015 ... I know you're not supposed to cut cat whiskers--just wondering if dogs use them
Jun 23, 2014 ... It will grow back, but you should never try to pull a whisker out. You might run
across a groomer who wants to cut your dog's whiskers. However ...
Apr 7, 2014 ... Unlike cats, it is not as severe if you cut a dog's whiskers off (cats ... Don't worry
too much if your dog's whiskers have been cut as they will grow ...
Aug 23, 2013 ... Animal expert Pete Wedderburn answers your questions. This week: trimming
dogs' whiskers and a rabbit with a habit of chewing through wires.
Dec 17, 2010 ... When you look at your dog's face, particularly around his muzzle, under his jaw
and ... And make sure you don't cut your dog's whiskers either.
I wouldn't recommend it. Whilst they don't have a nerve supply, the follicles at the
end of the 'whiskers' are packed full of nerves and send messages to the brain.
Sep 9, 2011 ... Dog's whiskers help compensate for their poor near vision and allow them ...
Dogs of many different breeds routinely have their vibrissae cut in ...
For those dogs that have whiskers protruding out of all areas of their faces, you
may be tempted to give them a snip (or have the groomer cut them). However, it's