Afghan: Large sighthound with glamorous tresses. Regular brushing vital to maintain silky hair and prevent tangles. Wash with shampoo and conditioner as needed.
Bedlington Terrier: Gentle and lamb-like, unique coat with soft and coarse hair. Minimal shedding but needs regular trimming and bi-weekly brushing to prevent tangles.
Bichon Frise: Playful, cheerful dog. Needs haircuts every 4-6 weeks and regular baths for a fresh white coat. Brushing several times a week, or daily, prevents mats and removes loose, dead hair.
Boston Terrier: Energetic and friendly. Short, sleek coat sheds minimally, with seasonal sheds twice a year. Weekly brushing with soft brush or grooming mitt keeps coat healthy by removing loose fur.
Lhasa Apso: Playful and loving with family, some may be aloof to strangers. Coat can be long or short. Long hair requires frequent brushing and regular baths.
Maltese: Graceful, playful, and fearless. Daily brushing prevents tangles, regular baths with conditioner. Short coat option for easier maintenance. Even short coats need brushing once or twice a week.
Poodles (Standard, Miniature, Toy): Curly hair requires regular grooming. Long coats need daily brushing to prevent mats. Short haircuts need brushing weekly. Clipping and bathing every 4-6 weeks.
Shih Tzu: Quintessential lap dog. Daily brushing and styling for coat care. Short haircuts need brushing twice a week. Groomer visits every 4-8 weeks, depending on desired length.
Wire Fox Terrier: Bold, sociable, and active with low-shedding coat. Hand-stripping or clipping options for coat maintenance. Brushing once or twice a week recommended.
Yorkshire Terrier: Fearless and low-shedding. Silky coat, brush daily to avoid tangles. Short-trimmed coats need weekly brushing. Groomer visits every 6-8 weeks, based on desired length.