Top Morkie Poo Haircuts (With Pictures!) & DIY Grooming Tips

Thanks to their beautiful coats, Morkie Poos can pull off an endless variety of cute looks. In this guide, you’ll find the top 9 Morkie Poo haircuts that will surely inspire your pup’s next grooming session. Whether you’re looking for male Morkie haircuts, or Morkie haircuts for female pups, these looks will work on any Morkie Poo! What’s more, we’ll also be sharing with you some of our top tips on how to groom your Morkie Poo at home. Let’s get into it! 

Morkie Poo Haircuts: Introduction

The Morkie Poo is a hybrid cross between the Maltese, Yorkshire Terrier, and Toy Poodle. Like all of its parents, the Morkie Poo is a toy-sized breed. Obviously, they also inherit their hypoallergenic, low-shedding coats.

The downside of a low-shedding coat is that Morkie Poos also need frequent grooming. They need to be regularly brushed, bathed, and trimmed to keep their coats healthy and looking gorgeous. 

When you’re deciding between all the adorable Morkie Poo haircuts, you’ll also want to consider your dog’s lifestyle, climate, and how much time you can spend on grooming. For instance, longer hair tends to need more upkeep. Likewise, you want to make sure that your pup’s hairdo fits the weather. 

So, if you find any of the following Morkie Poo haircuts perfect for your Dood, use them as inspiration for your next at home grooming session. Or, screenshot the Morkie haircut pictures to show to your groomer before your pup’s next hair appointment. 

Be sure to check out these two posts for tons more Doodle haircut pictures: Part 1 (Doodle Body Haircut Styles) and Part 2 (Doodle Haircut Variations).

Top 9 Morkie Poo Haircuts

Now that we’ve covered the basics, it’s time we take a look at some of the cutest pictures of Morkie Poo haircuts. Use these as an inspiration for your pup’s next hair appointment!

Different groomers may have different ideas of what the following types of cuts are. It’s best to show your groomer a picture of exactly what you want to avoid any misunderstandings. If any of these pictures represent what you want your Morkie Poo to look like, be sure to bookmark this page for easy access when dropping them off at the groomer!

Morkie Poo Modern Cut

The modern cut, also known as the Scandinavian cut or European cut, is a more popular choice amongst Poodles. So, it’s no surprise that many Morkie Poo owners have taken note of their Poodle heritage.

The Morkie Poo modern cut leaves the hair long and fluffy, and the cut follows the dog’s own natural features. Although this look is slightly more advanced, it sure does look gorgeous! 

Morkie Poo Lion Cut

If your Morkie Poo has a big personality, you can’t go wrong with the Morkie Poo lion cut. As you can guess, the lion cut imitates the big, fluffy mane of a true lion. To really emphasize the lion mane, the hair is clipped relatively short on the body, while keeping it long on the head, neck, chest, and paws. You can even leave cute poms on the tail and paws! 

Morkie Poo Puppy Cut

The Morkie Poo puppy cut is a simple and sweet Morkie Poo haircut that even novice groomers have no problem achieving. Usually, the puppy cut is created by clipping the hair short on the body and keeping it slightly longer on the face and head, giving your Dood a true puppy-like look. 

Morkie Poo Teddy Bear Cut

The Morkie Poo teddy bear cut is another popular choice amongst Doodles. The hair is typically clipped slightly shorter on the body and longer on the face and ears, just like with the puppy cut. However, the face is more rounded, which gives your pup the distinguishable teddy bear look. 

Morkie Poo Practical Topknot

The Morkie Poo practical topknot is not a haircut per se. The practical topknot hairdo is the perfect option if your Dood has longer facial hair that tends to get in the way. It’s a super simple look that you can quickly pull together without sacrificing your dog’s longer hair. 

To create the look, gently pull back your Morkie Poo’s hair as if you’re creating a ponytail. You can use a bow, gentle hair tie, or a clip to secure the topknot. 

Morkie Poo Schnauzer Cut

The Schnauzer cut is a popular choice for Yorkie Poos. So, it only makes sense that this look has been adapted by countless Morkie Poos as well! Although it’s slightly trickier and more time-consuming to achieve, it’s such a gorgeous look that any Morkie Poo can pull off.

The Schnauzer cut is well-known for its signature “skirt”. The hair on the back is clipped quite short. Meanwhile, the face, neck, underbelly, and legs are kept longer to achieve that so-called “skirt” appearance. Of course, it wouldn’t be a proper Schnauzer cut without the distinctive Schnauzer mustache! 

Morkie Poo Westie Cut

The Westie cut is a nod to the Morkie Poo’s Terrier heritage. Similarly to the Schnauzer cut, the hair is clipped short on the back, while keeping it longer on the face, body, legs, and stomach. The hair on the face is usually trimmed into a more rounded shape, making this Morkie Poo haircut one of the cutest ones out there!  

Morkie Poo Korean Cut

The Korean cut is a cute and trendy Morkie Poo haircut that emphasizes their cute, floppy ears, and adorable little paws. With the Korean cut, the hair is clipped short on the body, including the neck, back, and even the beard. Meanwhile, you’ll want to keep the hair longer on the face, ears, and legs.

Generally, the beard area is trimmed into a rounded shape. As the hair can get quite long on top of the head, you can utilize here the cute topknot hairstyle. In addition to that, the legs and paws should be kept longer, which gives the illusion of your pup having boots on. 

Morkie Poo Summer Cut

And finally, the Morkie Poo summer cut is the ideal choice for pups during those hot summer months. Or, if you live in a warmer climate all year round. The hair is cut rather short all over the body, making it super easy to maintain. You can either opt for longer or shorter facial hair, depending on your preference. 

Morkie Poo Grooming Tools

Here are 10 grooming tools you absolutely need to groom your Morkie Poo at home.

  • Tool #1:

    Brush – Whether you take your pup to a professional groomer or not, you’ll definitely be needing a high-quality brush to keep your dog’s hair and skin healthy and mat-free. Depending on your Morkie Poo’s coat type, you can opt for either a pin or slicker brush. Here are our top picks for Maltipoos, which also work great on Morkie Poo hair.

    See also: Line Brushing: Prevent Your Doodle From Being Shaved (Video Tutorial)

  • Tool #2:

    Comb – In addition to a good brush, you’ll also be needing a sturdy metal comb to work through any stubborn knots and tangles before you jump in with the brush. It’s also super helpful when trying to reach smaller areas like the face, paws, and ears.

  • Tool #3:

    Dog Clippers – A good set of dog clippers is a must-have tool for anyone planning to give their Morkie Poo haircuts at home. After all, who has the time to hand-scissor all that hair! If you’re looking for a set of dog clippers, here are some of our favorite ones.

  • Tool #4:

    ScissorsAlthough clippers will do most of the trimming, you’ll also want to have a pair of dog-safe scissors to reach smaller, hard-to-reach areas. Make sure you opt for bull nose, also known as safety scissors that come with rounded tips.

  • Tool #5:

    Dog Shears – Now, if you’re really serious about giving your Morkie Poo haircuts at home, you need to have a pair of dog shears, also known as thinning shears. These will completely transform your Morkie Poo’s haircut, as they seamlessly blend in all the different lengths of hair. No more chopped ends!

  • Tool #6:

    Detangler SprayTo make your brushing sessions go by a lot faster, we recommend you also purchase a good dog detangler spray. These sprays work wonders on knotted hair before brushing, helping you work through any tangles with no fuss. Here are some of our favorite dog detangler sprays that work great on all types of Morkie Poo hair.

  • Tool #7:

    ShampooOf course, you’ll also be needing a good dog shampoo that thoroughly cleans your pup’s coat from any dirt and grime, while maintaining their optimal skin health. Our ultimate Doodle shampoo guide has a ton of product recommendations for various skin concerns and purposes.

  • Tool #8:

    Nail ClippersFor those weekly mani-pedi sessions, you can either opt for a pair of dog nail clippers or a dog nail grinder. Be sure to check out our in-depth guide on How To Trim Dog Nails that has all the know-how and our favorite product recommendations.

  • Tool #9:

    Ear Cleaning Products – Proper ear hygiene is equally important as routine brushing or bathing, especially since Morkie Poos are prone to ear infections. The best way to keep your Dood’s ears clean and healthy is by using a dog-safe ear cleaner about every week or so.

  • Tool #10:

    A Grooming Table – And lastly, we can’t stop raving about a good dog grooming table that makes the whole grooming process so much easier. It’s amazing for keeping your pup safe and sound whilst letting you use both hands for grooming. In addition to that, your back will thank you! You can either purchase a dog grooming table or build a DIY dog grooming table yourself.

How Often Do Morkie Poos Need To Be Groomed?

Many would consider Morkie Poos high-maintenance, we consider them worth the effort. Obviously, keeping track of the extensive dog grooming routine can be tricky. So, here’s a sample Morkie Poo grooming schedule that you can follow: 

  • Brushing: Morkie Poos need to be brushed every day, or at least 3 to 4 times a week. 
  • Nail Trimming: Every week or every other week.  
  • Morkie Poo Haircuts & Ear Hair Trimming: Every 4 to 8 weeks. 
  • Ear Cleaning: Gently dry your dog’s ears after every swim or shower. Consider using a dog ear cleaner every week. 
  • Bathing: Depending on your dog’s lifestyle, skin conditions, and hair length, you’ll have to bathe your pup before every haircut, or more often. 

Morkiepoo Grooming Tutorials

Taking your Morkie Poo to a professional groomers every 4 to 8 weeks is rather costly. Instead, many Doodle owners prefer to groom their dogs at home to save some money and time spent on trips to the groomers. 

If you’d like to learn more about it, be sure to check out our How To Groom A Doodle At Home video course that has all the know-how, including basic haircutting techniques, grooming prep, safety, and much more.

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Morkie Poo Haircuts: Final Thoughts

One of the best things about Morkie Poos is that you can give your pup a new look every few months. Does your pup prefer to flaunt their long and luscious locks? Or is it time for a short cut to feel cool and comfy for summer? Or maybe your Dood has such a big personality, you’re looking for a hairdo to express their innermost self? We hope the Morkie Poo haircuts in this guide have given you plenty of ideas for your dog’s next hair appointment. 

Which Morkie Poo haircut is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

The information on this page is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional groomer advice. Always seek the advice of your groomer, veterinarian, or other qualified animal health provider with any questions you may have.

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