Bullsky Mastiff Breed Maintenance
Grooming needs for the Bullsky Mastiff will be similar to that of the Siberian Husky and Bullmastiff. The latter is easy to maintain in terms of coat care, but will need to have the wrinkles on their face cleaned. They should shed an average amount and should be brushed regularly, but do not need to be bathed unless they are dirty. Siberian Huskies, on the other hand, are heavier shedders and should be brushed at least once per week. They will also not need baths unless necessary, since they are clean dogs that will usually groom themselves. More maintenance needs for all dogs includes teeth brushing, ear cleaning and nail trimming. Bullmastiffs are prone to bad breath, so it is important to brush your Bullsky Mastiff’s teeth at least two or three times per week, although daily is preferred. Clean and check your dog’s ears once a week to keep them healthy and infection free. Depending on your dog’s level of activity, nails will need to be clipped once or twice a month.