Russian Spaniel Breed Maintenance
The medium-length coat naturally repels both dirt and water, making it fairly easy to care for. This breed typically has low doggie odor and only requires baths a few times a year and. Although they do shed, brushing their coat just two or three times a week should prevent tangling, keep the shed fur from getting out of control, and keep the coat shiny and healthy. It is also important to ensure that this breed's long ears are kept clean and dry and are they are checked frequently to ensure that no water, debris, or infections remain sitting in the ear. It is also important to keep an eye on your dog’s skin, particularly when it is a puppy under the age of five months as food allergies in dogs typically show up as rashes and skin irritation. Nail and teeth care are simple tasks; brush the teeth a few times a week and trim the nails as needed, usually once a month.