Schneagle Breed Maintenance
The Schneagle may be relatively low maintenance when it comes to grooming. However, depending on the length of his hair, some Schneagles require more maintenance than others. Shedding level is dependent upon the dominant parent breed. The Beagle tends to shed more regardless of the time of the year. The Minature Schnauzer sheds very little if any. Should the Schneagle inherit the genetics of the Miniature Schnauzer, he will be hypoallergenic and you can brush him every other week. Should he inherit the genetics of the Beagle, you will need to brush him weekly to remove any excess hair. Bathe him once a month unless otherwise necessary. Brush his teeth two or three times a week to prevent tartar buildup and bad breath. To prevent tooth decay, brush his teeth daily. Trim his nails once a month unless he wears them down naturally as they can break or tear if left too long.
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