Cocker Griffon Breed Maintenance
Maintenance of the Cocker Griffon dog is easier than that of the parent dog, they seem to have a silky coat often wavy in style, and it is easy to brush and keep clean. A good firm brush will cope with any tangles and will keep the coat looking great. A bath is not required on a regular basis, just as they need it. Often a rub down with a damp cloth is sufficient. Get your Cocker Griffon used to being brushed and fussed over while they are a puppy. Also, teach them to accept their teeth being brushed as this will help in handling when they mature. Keep lessons short and give plenty of encouragement and praise for things they get right. Clipping may be needed if your Cocker Griffon has long fur, so training on behavior will be needed for this event. But normally your Cocker Griffon will just soak up all the attention they are getting from you, and they willingly submit to ears being cleaned and paws being touched to trim their nails.