Pyrenees Husky Breed Maintenance
The Pyrenees Husky will require a good deal of maintenance. He will have a thick double coat which will require weekly brushing to prevent matting. He will not only shed throughout the year, but he will also "blow" his coat twice a year. During the spring and fall, brush him daily to prevent excessive hair on your clothing and furniture. Depending upon the type of ear he inherits, you may also need to pay special attention to his ears. Should he inherit the floppy ears of the Great Pyrenees parent, you will need to clean his ears out weekly using a cotton ball and warm water. Be sure to check for foul odor and redness as this is indicative of an infection. 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. Trim his nails every two or three weeks should they not wear down on their own.
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