Barak (Bosnian Coarse-haired Hound) Breed Maintenance
Despite having a longer coat, Baraks are still considered low maintenance dogs, as they are only moderate shedders and need brushing just a few times a week to keep their coats free of loose hair. A firm bristle brush or slicker brush should suffice but regardless, their look will remain a bit unkempt, even after thorough brushing. They generally keep themselves relatively clean and only need bathing after rolling in something particularly dirty or smelly and are otherwise fine on their own. Their ears are a point of concern, as their folded type, size, and hairiness are all elements that combine to form the potential for an increase in moisture or wax, which can lead to infections, so they should be checked on a regular basis. Like any other breed, their nails will also need to be checked and trimmed on a regular basis and their teeth should be brushed at least once a week if possible to help maintain healthy gums and teeth.
Brushes for Barak (Bosnian Coarse-haired Hound)
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