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Rampur Greyhound Breed Maintenance
The grooming requirements of the Rampur Greyhound are rather simple. Due to a distinct lack of doggie odor, these dogs only require bathing on an occasional basis, and a good brushing with a soft slicker brush, a rubber curry comb, or even a chamois one or two times a week in order to remove shed hairs and to ensure that the coat is shiny and healthy. Be sure not to brush too vigorously as this breed’s skin is thinner than usual and prone to damage. It is also important that dogs of this breed have a soft bed or something with a little additional cushioning to lie on as the thin skin of the Rampur is also more likely to develop bed sores. Giving your dog additional vitamin A may help to strengthen and protect the skin and brushing their teeth on a regular basis will help prevent dental disease from developing.