Mudi Breed Maintenance
The Mudi has a coat that generally repels dirt and he does not require frequent bathing. He does shed seasonally and requires a weekly brushing using a natural bristle brush. A steel comb may be necessary to remove any tangles in his feathering. His coat does not require any trimming or fancy hair styles. The Mudi is a typical wash and go dog. Use a gentle shampoo when he does require a bath. When the Mudi sheds his undercoat in the spring, he will not fully regain his full, dense coat until the end of summer. This allows him to be comfortable during the hot summer months. His nails will need to be trimmed as needed, usually every few weeks or so. The Mudi does not particularly like his nails trimmed, therefore a nail grinder may be more acceptable than clippers. His ears will need to be cleaned every week. His teeth should be brushed often with approved pet toothpaste. His teeth should be de-scaled once a year to remove any tartar buildup.