Miniature Bull Terrier Breed Maintenance
Despite having short hair, the Miniature Bull Terrier sheds moderately, and without routine brushing, you will notice an excess of loose course dog hair. Thankfully, their coat is easy to maintain with once a week brushing using a rubber mitt. This breed will go through two shedding seasons annually, and daily brush will significantly help the process. In general, Miniature Bull Terriers do not require bathing unless necessary. In addition to brushing the Mini Bull’s coat, cleaning his teeth at least three times a week will reduce the chance of developing dental diseases. Weekly ear checks for debris and dirt is also important. You should acquaint your Mini Bull with daily and weekly grooming practices at an early age to establish the practice and allow him time to adjust properly. The Miniature Bull Terrier is a rambunctious breed that requires a lot of exercise. However, if given an opportunity to burn off that extra stored energy this breed does well in an apartment and urban areas. When it comes to the weather, this breed prefers it warm and does not tolerate the cold well. Feeding your Mini Bull depends on his activity level, age, and metabolism and the range of recommended food is greater than most. A Mini Bull needs between 1.5 and 4.25 cups of food divided into two meals daily. Consult with your veterinarian if you are unsure of the amount of food you should feed your Mini Bull and always monitor your dog’s weight and reactions to food. Additionally, it is not recommended to give a Mini Bull rawhide toys as this can lead to deadly blockages. Always consult with your veterinarian on any ensure food products.