Working with a small, cute, but demanding dog can be pretty challenging just getting through every day. But, when you try to add in the weekly grooming session, life can suddenly go nuts. It can become so challenging that you seriously consider taking your little fuzzball to a professional groomer, just so you don't have to deal with it. The one thing holding you back is that you are almost too embarrassed by his behavior to force it on anyone else. Being demanding is not a born behavior, it is a learned behavior. It is up to you to work with your pup and find the right ways to keep him calmed down while you groom him.
While your dog might have learned to be demanding, each time you respond to one of his demands for attention, the more demanding he becomes. He will do anything to get your attention and the best thing you can do is ignore him and let him figure out that he no longer holds any sway over you and that in fact, you are the Alpha in the family.
Grooming a demanding dog can be very challenging. By working with your pooch from puppyhood, you can significantly reduce or eliminate this behavior. Once he understands his behavior is no longer acceptable, the rest of your grooming sessions should be more fun for both of you. Grooming is a great time for bonding.