Treeing Walker Coonoodle Breed Maintenance
Your Coonoodle will need to be thoroughly brushed at least once a week, more often if outside play gives you a very dishevelled pet. The best time to do this during a cuddle session when your pet is relaxed. Many dogs learn to enjoy the grooming time, if given the chance to get accustomed to it when young. As well, brushing after each bath is key to keeping knots and mats our of your dog's fur. Bathing can take place every three weeks to every month, which again, can be more frequent if the need arises. Be careful to keep an eye on your Treeing Walker Coonoodle's skin as the Poodle parent may contribute a skin sensitivity. You don't have to worry about this breed drooling, as neither parent is prone to doing so. However, it is possible that they will shed, as Treeing Walkers do shed seasonally. Because of this factor, they cannot be classified as hypoallergenic, so be careful if allergies are a problem in your home.