Siberian Boston Breed Maintenance
The Siberian Boston may or may not require much in the way of maintenance. This will depend on the type of coat he inherits from his parent breeds. Should he inherit the short coat of his Boston parent breed, you can expect to do little in the way of maintenance. He will simply need monthly brushing to rid his body of excess hair. In the spring and fall, to combat shedding, you will want to brush him weekly to prevent hair all over your clothing and furniture. Should he inherit the double coat of the Husky parent, you will need to be prepared for a twice-yearly "blow" of his coat. This will occur during the spring and fall. During this time, daily brushing is best to rid him of excess hair. Bathe him only when necessary. Brush his teeth two or three times a week to prevent the build up of tartar and bad breath. However, to prevent tooth decay, brush his teeth daily. Trim his nails once a month. You may have to do this twice a month, especially if he does not wear his nails down on his own.