Miniature French Schnauzer Breed Maintenance
The grooming regimen for this canine can diverge greatly, depending on which coat the individual Miniature French Schnauzer inherited. Those that have inherited the short, single-layer coat of the French Bulldog will only really need brushing about once a week in order to remove dead hairs and to ensure that it retains its glossy sheen. Those that receive the wiry, double-layer coat of the Miniature Schnauzer will require brushing on a daily basis in order to prevent mats from forming in the dense, soft fur that makes up the first layer of their coat. They may also require clipping or trimming on regular basis, possibly as often as every five to eight weeks. The teeth and nails of the hybrid must be attended to as well; brush the teeth a few times a week and check the nails for length on a bi-weekly basis, taking care to not allow them to get too long.