Tyrolean Hound Breed Maintenance
While the Tyrolean Hound is considered a low maintenance breed overall, they do take a slightly different maintenance schedule than many other similar-sized European scent hounds. Their course double coat needs brushing 2 to 3 times a week with a firm bristle brush to keep it free of loose hairs and dirt. Because they don't have the normal protection of a super dense and soft undercoat, bushing will also help identify external parasites like ticks they may have picked up while hunting or even walking through the woods. If they are used for hunting frequently, they will more than likely need more brushing as well as bathing, although domesticated companion animals will not need to be done with the same frequency. As with most other breeds, their nails should be monitored and trimmed as necessary to prevent cracking and breaking and their teeth should be brushed at least once a week.
Brushes for Tyrolean Hound
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