Ours is fairly low maintenance in the grooming/shedding dept.
Low maintenance but rub body all over everyday to check for lumps and abnormalities.
No extreme grooming. Only regular baths and brushing.
Start acclimating them to baths and nail clippings when they are young. Brush teeth - and talk to your vet about a prescription chew called OraVet . Prevents tarter build up and keeps teeth and gums healthy .
The brushes I have found most helpful have been horse grooming brushes because their coats are so short like horses.
Get a grooming glove, and make it a fun massage. Helps de-fluff all the hair. It's amazing how much hair this short haired dog can shed.
Keep nails short. With their size and weight they can really damage skin and upholstery. Mine loved being bathed and groomed.
Start them young and small, get them used to bath time and having their nails done makes life a lot easier
Only need nails trimmed and ears cleaned, don't need grooming.
Not really. They are a drip dry animal. Rough time is when she sheds but a bath fixes that.
Mine loves baths!! They have short hair and are easy to groom. Remember to clean their ears often.
Keep their ears clean. They tend to get yeast, and ear infections easily.
We brush her and take her to a dog spa few times a year for professional bath and cleaning.
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