Kurtzhaar care at home
Kurzhaar Care has features that must be considered.
In the photo: Kurzhaar
In general, the German Kurzhaar is unpretentious, but consider its size. Kurtshaar needs enough space so that he can retire and relax.
The German kurtshaar is afraid of drafts - his coat does not keep heat well. Therefore, in cold weather, the dog must be dressed in blanket or jumpsuit.
An important part of kurtzhaar care is hair care. The Kurtshaars fade quite actively. It is difficult to clean wool - they bite into clothes and upholstery. Therefore, during molting, the cop should be combed out every day.
German short-haired cops are washed only if necessary.
Make sure that all kinds of badges do not form on the wool and prevent ticks and fleas.
If the coat begins to fall out, this may be a symptom of ringworm. Do not panic - this disease is now being treated. But contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Proper care of the kurtshaar is unthinkable without a well-organized walking.
In the city of the German Kurzhaar they walk exclusively on a leash. You can hardly stop the dog if it suddenly rushes after the cat. A properly trained dog, even in the heat of excitement, hears the owner, but not everyone is capable of achieving such obedience and, in any case, is far from immediately.
At the same time, it is important to give the German Kurzhaar an opportunity to run into it.Play with the dog - during the game she can learn a lot of useful things. Constantly invent new entertainments and “food for the mind”, do not let the four-legged friend get bored. Buy a variety of toys.
Walk the German Kurzhaar at least 3 times a day.
German Kurzhaars cannot stand loneliness, therefore, leaving them "in solitary confinement" is highly discouraged. This can result in aggression or mental breakdown.