Brusselranian Breed Maintenance
While the Brusselranian will not require as careful of grooming as the Pomeranian, he will still shed often due to the fact that both parent breeds shed seasonally. To properly care for your Brusselranian, and keep the shedding to a minimum, it is a good idea to brush him a couple times a week with a metal comb and wire brush. Bathing only needs to be done occasionally, or when your dog becomes especially dirty after some playtime. Because this breed has folded over ears, it is very important to completely dry the ears after bathing or swimming. Doing so will prevent any extra moisture from becoming trapped inside the ear, thus leading to infection and inflammation. Besides brushing and bathing, be sure to clip your dog’s nails every few weeks or when you hear the nails tapping against the floor. This will keep the feet in top working condition and healthy.