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Instead of bows, maybe you could try tiny terrycloth ponytail holders which they make for human children.

Those worked well for one of my Maltese (once he got past the crazy adolescent stage). I recently used them, 10 years later, on my latest foster fail, age 11. She looked cute with a topknot but she was very happy when I decided to cut it off. :D
 

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Instead of bows, maybe you could try tiny terrycloth ponytail holders which they make for human children.

Those worked well for one of my Maltese (once he got past the crazy adolescent stage). I recently used them, 10 years later, on my latest foster fail, age 11. She looked cute with a topknot but she was very happy when I decided to cut it off. :D
Thanks for that advice! I'm going to try it!!
 

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Luck wore a top knot. He would wiggle but I was faster than he was. However, when I picked him up from the groomers, she would had me back the bow, telling me she couldn't put it on. I would have to.
 

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Luna doesn't like bows either so I don't put them on her. I'm a human and I don't like bows in my head either.
 
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