Weimardoodle Breed Maintenance
Weimardoodles can be hypoallergenic (depending on whether the Poodle coat is dominant) and are low shedding dogs. Due to the density and texture of their fur, you should brush your Weimardoodle at least three
times a week to avoid tangles and matting, and eliminate any debris. He is not
a smelly dog, so bathe him only when necessary, using a delicate dog shampoo to
avoid drying out his skin. Visits to the groomer every 3 months are recommended
to have his fur dealt with - clipping will keep the coat neat and shaped, especially if his coat is similar to that of the Poodle parent. You should also clean his ears every week; you can do it using an ear cleansing solution with a cotton ball. Brush his teeth at least
three times a week to eliminate tartar buildup and bacteria. Also, clip his
nails once or twice a month, when they get too long; or take him to the groomer
to have a professional do it.
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