Siberian Pinscher Breed Maintenance
The maintenance of your Siberian Pinscher will be dependent upon the traits that he inherits from his parent breeds. The Doberman Pinscher is an average shedder who will require minimal grooming. This can include brushing several times a month with a slicker brush and wiping down his coat with a wet cloth to minimize shedding and odor.
A bath will usually only be necessary every few months. The coat of the Siberian Husky will require more brushing; at least weekly, and during the spring and sometimes fall, daily brushing will be required as his coat will shed significantly. Bathing should occur no more than once a month as bathing too often can lead to his skin drying out. How often you will need to brush and bathe your Siberian Pinscher will depend upon the coat that he inherits from his parent breeds. You will want to check and clean the ears of your Siberian Pinscher and brush his teeth two to three times per week to ensure his long term dental health.
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