Wheagle Breed Maintenance
Thankfully, whether the Wheagle inherits the silky, wavy fur of its Wheaten Terrier parent or the smooth, double coat from the Beagle side of the family, grooming is pretty low maintenance. Weekly brushing will help eliminate tangles or dead fur. They should be bathed on an as-needed basis, given the Wheaten’s tendency toward sensitive skin. If they inherit the large ears of their Beagle relatives, be sure to check them a few times each month for signs of irritation; air may get trapped there and cause infections. Weekly tooth brushing is ideal to avoid tartar buildup, and monthly toenail trimming will keep their nails in good condition.