Black Mouth Pom Cur Breed Maintenance
The Black Mouth Cur has short hair and is usually very easy to groom. Weekly brushing with a soft brush or grooming mitt is sufficient for the Black Mouth Cur. The Pomeranian has long, silky hair that must be groomed routinely. Also, Poms are considered fairly heavy shedders. They are also known to shed their undercoats multiple times a year. Unspayed females especially shed their undercoat when they are in season, when they deliver a litter, or when they are stressed. Experts recommend that owners brush their Poms twice weekly (at a minimum) with a wire slicker brush and metal comb. Because the Black Mouth Pom Cur is a hybrid breed, you can expect a mixture of the parent breed’s feature characteristics. Most Black Mouth Pom Curs have longer hair and the undercoat of the Pom, so similar brushing requirements are normal. You should brush your Black Mouth Pom Cur’s teeth at least three times a week and trim his nails every other week.