Old Deerhound Sheepdog Breed Maintenance
While the coat of the Old English Sheepdog is his most notable feature, it does mean that your Old Deerhound Sheepdog will have a tendency to shed just like his parent breed. Keeping this in mind, be prepared to have a lot of hair all over your house and furniture. Careful grooming multiple times a week will be required in order to keep the hair down and the Old Deerhound Sheepdog's coat looking well-kept. Just like his parent breeds, the Old Deerhound Sheepdog will need to have frequent baths in order to keep the doggy odor away. Due to the make-up of his coat, neglecting to properly brush and bathe your Old Deerhound Sheepdog can result in a tangled, dirty, smelly mess that will need to be shaved off. So keep him clean and brushed in order to make everyone happy! Besides basic brushing and bathing, be sure to clean your dog's ears often and trim his nails every few weeks to keep his paws healthy and snag free.
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