Africanis Breed Maintenance
These dogs have developed a natural resistance to many internal and external parasites and should generally only be bathed as necessary as overly frequent bathing may strip natural oils from the dog’s coat, making it more susceptible to environmental hazards. Brushing this dog every week or so with a slicker or gentle bristle brush or wiping them down with a wet washcloth will help to remove loose hair and help to keep the coat healthy and glossy. The ears of the Africanis dog should be checked regularly to ensure that they are clean, dry, and free of debris or infection.
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