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Weird, our groomer takes some of them off and they do grow back. I can't imagine cutting them off though except for show dogs. I love his whiskers!
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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-18-2009, 09:57 AM
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We had a birthday party for my brother and before blowing out the candles, Gabby came to investigate and sniffed a candle. I pulled her away right as she got to it, but she burnt a bunch of whiskers off and the ends curled up. I put a wet rag on it for a bit but I think she was more scared then hurt, just from me yelling and yanking her back so fast.

Note to self, don't set cake full of burning candles where the dogs can sniff them

Anyone else ever have a dog get too close to a candle(s)?
Gosh, I hope she got her wish
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There's no need to trim them- unless you either show the dog or just like them better without them. But if you want to leave them, by all means do!

I just think they're prickly and not attractive, so I trim 'em.
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