Weiler Dane Breed Maintenance
The Weiler Dane often has the short coat of the Great Dane or the slightly longer coat of the Rottweiler. He sheds moderately. Brush his hair once or twice a week to keep his coat glistening and remove any loose fur. His floppy ears also benefit from a weekly wipe out with a cloth to remove any ear wax or debris. He does not have much of a doggy smell and really only requires a bath once a month. Many owners opt to brush their dog’s teeth to keep them white and the dog’s breath smelling fresh. Brushing a dog’s teeth every few days also reduces the chance of him developing plaque and gum disease later in life. His toenails usually require monthly clipping or filing because his relatively sedate lifestyle does not readily wear them down.
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