Patton Terrier Breed Maintenance
The Patton Terrier will not require much in the way of maintenance. He may have one of two coat types: smooth or broken. The smooth coat is coarse and dense. The broken coat is known as an intermediate coat; this coat will have slightly longer "guard" hairs that the smooth coat does not have. These hairs may be wiry and somewhat wavy. He may also appear to have a beard, moustache, and eyebrows. Again, this is dependent on the dominant parent breed. While the Patton Terrier is not likely to shed throughout the year, you can safely expect him to shed more during the spring and fall. To avoid having hair on your furniture and clothes, brush your Patton Terrier once a week with a wire brush. Bathe him only when necessary; his natural oils will keep his coat shiny and healthy. Brush his teeth two or three times a week to prevent tartar build-up and bad breath. However, to prevent tooth decay, brush his teeth daily. Clip his nails every other week if they do not wear down on their own. A good rule of thumb is if you can hear his nails clicking on the floor, it is time to trim his nails.
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