Alaskan Goldenmute Breed Maintenance
Alaskan Goldenmutes are not a hypoallergenic breed and
not suitable for pet owners with allergies. They have dense and medium-length coats
that sheds heavily, especially during seasonal changes. Owners can use a
variety of tools to control shedding including a pin or slicker brush,
dematter, and/or comb. Daily brushing will help owners keep their Alaskan
Malamute’s coat clean and neat. Because they have such ample natural jackets,
some owners trim their Alaskan Goldenmutes, while other opt for professional
grooming. Alaskan Goldenmutes should also be bathed occasionally have their
ears cleaned regularly, teeth brushed daily to avoid dental problems, and nails
clipped once or twice a month.
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