Siberian Black Mouth Cur Breed Maintenance
The maintenance level of the Siberian Black Mouth Cur will largely depend upon the dominant parent breed. Should he inherit the short, straight coat of the Black Mouth Cur parent breed, the Siberian Black Mouth Cur will require little in the way of maintenance. He can be brushed weekly to remove any excess hair, bathe him only when necessary. Should he inherit the dense double coat of the Siberian parent breed, you will need to brush him two or three times a week to rid his coat of excess hair. Expect him to "blow" his coat twice a year. During the spring and fall, you will need to brush him daily. Brush his teeth two or three times a week to prevent the build-up of tartar on his teeth and bad breath. To prevent tooth decay, brush his teeth daily. Note: You will need to establish a grooming routine with him early in his life. The Siberian Husky parent breed can be sensitive to touch. Wipe out his ears with a cotton ball once a week to remove excess dirt; also, check his ears for redness and odors. Trim his nails every other week unless he wears them down naturally.
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