Wheaten Eskimo Breed Maintenance
Most Wheaten Eskimos tend to heavily resemble their Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier parents. As a result, most Wheaten Eskimos have similar coats to their Wheaten progenitors and, therefore will require similar grooming tools and techniques to remain healthy. A pin brush and comb will keep the Wheaten Eskimo's coat rich and untangled, as Wheaten Eskimos are not particularly prone to shedding. Their nails can grow out to a large extent and this can lead to a few rather uncomfortable moments if an ungroomed Wheaten Eskimo pounces on you. It's ultimately best to trim the Wheaten Eskimo's nails down to avoid these scenarios, but never attempt to do this manually if you're not well versed in the art of puppy pedicures. Wheaten Eskimos may also manifest more hypoallergenic qualities than other dog breeds, due to the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier having the potential to have passed these traits on to their hybrid descendants.
Brushes for Wheaten Eskimo
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