Newfypoo Breed Maintenance
This crossbreed does not typically require frequent baths,
usually just once every two to three months is adequate to keep them clean in appearance and in smell. However, the coat of the Newfoundland is known to be a
magnet for dirt and debris, and the coat of the Poodle may require frequent
trimming or clipping due to its continual growth, so daily brushing and combing
are needed to prevent matting and to remove any loose hair or debris. The
folded down or hanging ears of the Newfypoo should also be checked on a regular
basis to ensure that they are clean, dry, and infection free. These dogs are
also prone to a disorder known as bloat, so how they eat can be an important
part of their maintenance. Serving your dog several smaller meals a day rather
than one or two larger meals is less likely to induce this life-threatening
condition and utilizing specialized food bowls that force your dog to slow down
when eating can help to ensure that their digestion is occurring an appropriate rate.
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