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How to Groom a Yorkie With Tear Stains

    • 1). Brush your Yorkie with a slicker or pin brush to remove any tangles, knots or mats. Take the collar off of your Yorkie and bathe it using warm water and dog shampoo. Rinse the shampoo well with water. Use a towel to remove most of the moisture from your Yorkie's coat, then use a hair dryer to finish the drying process.

    • 2). Cut your Yorkie's nails with a dog nail trimmer, being careful not to hit the quick. The water from the bath will help to soften the nails, making trimming easier, says itsayorkieworld.com. File the ends of the nails with an acrylic nail file to remove any sharp edges.

    • 3). Use a cotton ball soaked in dog ear cleanser to remove any debris or excess moisture from the bath, from your Yorkie's ears. Continue wiping the ears out until the cotton balls are clean.

    • 4). Wipe the tear stains with a cotton ball that contains tear stain remover. Tear stain remover is typically available at pet stores. Read the product's label for recommendations on how often to use the product on the stains.

    • 5). Cut the hair around the Yorkie's ears and its mouth using scissors. Cut the hair to your desired length. In addition, use blunt-end scissors to cut the hair around the eyes to keep it from causing irritation.

    • 6). Trim the hair around your Yorkie's rectum with scissors, suggests howtogroomayorkie.com. Keeping the hair in this area short will prevent feces matting. Use baby wipes to clean your Yorkie's anus and genitalia areas daily to keep them clean and to prevent infection.

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