Cairland Terrier Breed Maintenance
The coat, whether of wiry or soft texture, should be combed or brushed once a week and it is recommended that dead hair be stripped at least twice a year. Depending on how the coat looks after grooming, a clipping or trim with the scissors may be needed. Minimal bathing is required, though the nails require regular maintenance and should be trimmed every two weeks and checked often for breaks and tears. Because your Cairland Terrier is a small dog, his teeth should have adequate care. Brushing is a must - small canines are prone to dental decay.