There are many differing grooming techniques (in people and countries) for achieving a good result, but this page (and our other related pages) have guidelines, tips,
video clips and photographs which will give a pleasing and easily maintainable Wheaten coat.
Before trimming your Wheaten Terrier it should first be bathed and combed. The Basic Care & Grooming page has a video tutorial on how to comb your dog.
One important aspect is that you should be pleased with the trim you give your Wheaten and that he/she looks their best. The hope is that you find these pages helpful in your quest to groom your
own Wheaten Terrier.
The Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier Club of America also have grooming information on this link (opens in
San has many years experience of grooming Wheaten Terriers and is a member of the WHI Steering Group.
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Combing and De-matting
These two video shows you how to comb your Wheaten and how to remove knots and matts easily.
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WHI give thanks to Churmy for allowing us to link to this informative video.
The following videos all have similar scissoring techniques, so you may find that emphasis for a particular part of the dog appears more on one video than another, but the technique is interchangeable.
More puppy care and grooming information can be found on the puppy care page.
The following two videos give Hints and Tips on other essential grooming techniques: