Yorkshire Terrier Grooming
Cut the hair on the chest and the trunk until the beginning of the tail as well as the sides and under always respecting the direction the hair grows and do this to the legs, stomach, bottom, and chest. Shave the abdomen, contour of the sex, the crotch and around the anus as necessary. Use the scissors on a third distal of the ears (inner and outer), and then with a lot of precaution over the top part of the muzzle from the nose to the eyes.
Untangle all the knots or mats meticulously especially on the head. Bathe the dog and dry with a hair dryer on low.
Cut the ears into a point shape with the straight scissors. Then use the teasel all over the dog's body in the direction of the hair.
Hold on to legs one by one and extend them. Brush the hair towards the sides (first the interior, then the exterior, front and then back) and even out the locks of hair by following in lines. Cut around the contour of the paw well rounded with the curved scissors without eliminating hair from the top of the paw. Brush the eyebrows forward and cut them with the curved scissors following the natural arch of the head. Brush the hair on the cheeks forward and mark and arch from the base of the ear until the angle of the nose. Brush the sides of the heads outwards and cut them by giving them a rounded shape. All together this should look somewhat like a compact ball. Brush the hair on the chin downwards and even them out.