Wirehaired Pointing Griffondor Breed Maintenance
Most of this breed's maintenance is reserved for brushing. Although both parent breeds are only seasonal shedders, their dual coats do require a weekly brushing to stay in tip top shape. Despite their sometimes unkempt look, Wirehaired Pointing Griffondors are actually a pretty clean breed and therefore only need bathing every couple months, or whenever they decide to roll in something stinky, which is not uncommon for those allowed to roam off-leash. Their ears are the only other main source of issues in regards to maintenance, as excess moisture buildup in their folded ears can instigate bacteria growth, making regular monitoring a necessity. Their nails generally remain short naturally, leaving noticeable clicking noises a good indicator that they need to be trimmed. Given the amount of food Wirehaired Pointing Griffondors eat, owners should also be ready for regular tooth-brushing at the very least once a week with an appropriate made-for-dogs toothpaste. Given their love for extra attention and bonding time, maintenance with this breed tends to be quite easy and even enjoyable for both parties.
Brushes for Wirehaired Pointing Griffondor
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