Finnish Hound Breed Maintenance
Finnish Hounds take relatively minimal maintenance overall, as they are only average shedders and take only a few brushes a week to maintain their coat. Given the density, this is best done with a firm bristle brush to remove excess hair and distribute the coat's natural oils. They rarely, if ever, need a bath as their coats are naturally self-maintained unless they get into something smelly, and otherwise need only a dry shampoo on occasion. If they are not used as hunting dogs, which will help with natural wear, their nails should be monitored and trimmed to prevent cracking and breaking. Their teeth should be brushed at least on a weekly basis to maintain good oral health.
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