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 ...
Mar 16, 2015 ... I've read different opinions online some saying to never cut the whiskers as they
are needed and the dog's behavior can change if they are cut.
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Feb 25, 2012 ... Cutting a dog's whiskers may not be the best idea for the pet. Learn about the
harmful effects of cutting a dog's whiskers with help from a ...
Mar 25, 2014 ... I was asked why i didn't cut off my labs whiskers. Don't they need those? I know
cats do, but what about dogs.
Aug 23, 2013 ... My son has a one-year-old male pug. He tells me that he cuts the poor dog's
whiskers. Surely this is wrong? Won't it hurt him? L P, Ealing.
Jun 28, 2015 ... I read that dog whiskers have nerves that send sensory messages to the ... If you
do not want whiskers cut, just tell the groomer to leave them, ...
Apr 7, 2014 ... Unlike cats, it is not as severe if you cut a dog's whiskers off (cats become
completely disoriented and unable to balance themselves), but it will ...
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
Despite what the mama cats may do, you should never trim or pluck your dog's or
cat's whiskers. Whiskers will fall out sometimes, but this occurs naturally, like ...