Beagle Harrier Breed Maintenance
Beagle-Harriers generally require only basic maintenance, as they are only moderate shedders and need brushing with a slicker or pin brush only a few times a week to maintain their coat. They need almost no trimming in terms of their coat and should be washed only at the owner's discretion if they've gotten into something. They otherwise maintain a low smell profile and keep themselves clean through licking and naturally-manufactured oils. An area that does need more active monitoring is their ears, which are prone to moisture buildup and therefore may potentially develop ear infections. Their nails will also need watching, as if they are not used for regular hunting, may grow to unnatural lengths and cause discomfort by cracking or breaking. Owners should be prepared to brush the teeth of their Beagle-Harrier on a weekly basis to help maintain good oral health.
Brushes for Beagle Harrier
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