Toy Fo-Chon Breed Maintenance
The coat of the Toy Fo-Chon is short and usually bi-colored. He benefits from occasional brushing with the pin brush and a once a month bath. He does not require professional grooming and his fur is virtually care-free, unlike the Bichon Frise. Many owners wipe out the dog’s ears weekly to remove any debris or excess moisture. His toenails should be clipped once a month if they do not naturally wear down during walks and other activities. Owners often brush their dog’s teeth several times a week in order to improve his breath, keep his teeth white, and prevent gum disease or tooth decay.