Brusston Breed Maintenance
Neither the Boston Terrier or the Brussels Griffon tend to shed very often, meaning that maintenance for your Brusston should be a breeze! Just a couple of good brushings every week should be more than enough to keep your dog’s fur healthy and free of loose hair. Thankfully, bathing only needs to occur every few months or so, because neither parent breed has a bad doggie odor. However, if your dog gets especially dirty, a bath will be necessary. On top of brushing and bathing, regular nail trimming should occur every few weeks in order to keep the feet healthy and snag free from overly long nails. While the Brusston isn’t totally hypoallergenic, he may be a better choice for someone who has allergies as the low shedding amount may not affect allergies in comparison to some other high-shedding breeds.