Northern Inuit Breed Maintenance
Although they have longer coats and are average shedders, Northern Inuit Dogs are considered a fairly low maintenance breed. They need to be brushed only 2 to 3 times a week with a slicker brush and a deshedder for their undercoat to keep their coats clean and healthy. They keep themselves clean on their own regularly and rarely need a bath unless they get into something foul smelling. If they are exercised with regularity, their nails should wear down mostly on their own, but should still be checked frequently and trimmed when necessary to prevent cracking or breaking. Their teeth should also be brushed at least once a week to help maintain good oral health.
Brushes for Northern Inuit
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