Bea Griffon Breed Maintenance
The Bea Griffon is easy to care for, just requiring a good brushing once or twice a week with a firm brush. Their coat is very low shedding, which helps allergy sufferers although it depends on the influence of the Brussels Griffon genes as to how much it sheds. The coat doesn’t require a lot of bathing, it only needs it if it has rolled in mud or something unpleasant outdoors. Often a good rub with a damp cloth is sufficient to keep it neat and clean. The Bea Griffon needs to have its ears regularly checked to ensure there is no build-up of debris which can attract yeast or parasitic infections. A regular wipe out with a damp cloth is sufficient on a weekly basis. Other items on the maintenance list may be nail clipping and teeth brushing. If you get your dog used to these procedures when they are young, it will only take a minute or two of your time to ensure your pet is presenting at his best.