Cojack Breed Maintenance
The Cojack is a very low maintenance type of dog. His short fur tends to shed very little and will only need brushing perhaps one to two times a week just to keep it free of dirt and shiny. While this breed doesn’t shed very often, he does shed a little so he isn’t completely hypoallergenic; however, this would be a great choice of dog for someone who just has mild allergies that aren’t too affected by small amounts of loose hair. Bathing only needs to occur every few months or if your dog gets especially dirty as the Cojack does not have a bad doggy smell. If you have a Cojack with folded ears, be sure to dry them thoroughly after bathing or swimming to avoid any trapped moisture leading to ear infections. Besides bathing and brushing, basic care would be to trim your dog’s nails every few weeks or when you here the nails clicking against the floor. This will keep the paws healthy and snag free. Due to his shorter coat, the Cojack tends to prefer warmer weather and doesn’t overheat too quickly.
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