Cava-Corgi Breed Maintenance
The Cava-corgi has moderate grooming requirements. He is not difficult to maintain; grooming really depends on the type of coat he inherits. Generally, the Cava-corgi does not shed as much as his Cavalier King Charles Spaniel parent. He will need brushing at least once a week, and he only needs a bath when he gets dirty. Use a soft bristle brush to work any tangles and mats out of his hair. You may need to brush him two or three times a week during shedding season. Brushing the teeth of your dog two or three times a week will help prevent tooth decay and bad breath; however, daily brushing is optimal for preventing gum disease. Trim your Cava-corgi’s nails at least every two weeks. A general rule of thumb is if you can hear your dog’s nails clicking on the floor, it is time to trim them. It is important to begin a grooming regimen with your Cava-corgi at an early age so that he or she becomes accustomed to it.