Wire Toy Fox Terriers have a
dense coat and shed moderately, therefore it is recommended to brush your hybrid frequently. Combing her hair every other day using a bristle brush will help
eliminate any loose fur and prevent tangles and mats from forming. She is not smelly,
so bathe her occasionally using a hypoallergenic dog shampoo to prevent
irritating her skin. Since she has delicate skin and is prone to demodectic mange, check her skin often and take her to the veterinarian in case you find any redness or irritation. Clean her ears weekly using a cotton ball and an
ear cleansing solution. Also, brush her teeth two or three times a
week, this will help to get rid of tartar buildup and bad breath. You may need to trim the hair around her ears, eyes, and paws to avoid obstructions and
infections, and clip her nails every month. Also, she might need a few yearly visits to a professional groomer, in order to keep her coat looking trim and smart.
What does Hypoallergenic Mean?
Do Toy Fox Terriers shed?
The Toy Fox Terrier is great for the business traveler or
long-trip adventurer who may not be able to keep up with a heavy grooming schedule. You can help along the dog’s natural shedding with a brushing, but this
short-haired terrier really just needs an occasional bath to look its best. This
energetic dog is willing to serve as dutiful lapdog as long as you’re giving it
plenty of attention and providing regular opportunities for exercise.
Are Toy Fox Terriers good apartment dogs?
The Toy Fox Terrier is quite the versatile companion. He is effortlessly elegant and clean yet still possesses the lovable, amusing terrier personality. Your Mini can be hunter, couch potato, playmate, guardian, travel companion, and therapy dog all in one little package. This breed is great for any person except very small children that have not yet learned the dangers of rough play. TFTs thrive indoors and are perfectly sized for small dwelling, although they will be happy with some yard time.
Do Labradors Cause Allergies?
Toy Fox Terriers are not a hypoallergenic dog breed. Which means they’re not the most ideal choice for allergy sufferers.
How to prevent allergies
Groom your Toy Fox Terrier
Our consulting dog groomer, Corryne Smith, suggests taking a Toy Fox Terrier to a professional up to 6 times a year but also thinks that most dog owners could groom this breed themselves if they choose to. With prices ranging from $25 to $35 for each visit to a salon, the annual cost will be between $0 and $210. Taking the dog to a professional groomer is the owner’s decision but could benefit the dog’s health and well-being.
Dental disease: this is the cost estimate for the dental procedures to clean the teeth and remove any infected teeth if needed. It will likely need to be done two to four times throughout a Toy Fox Terrier’s life.
Designate Dog-Free Zones
Toy Fox Terriers are small dogs with a muscular and athletic appearance. Notable characteristic traits include a short glossy and predominantly white coat, coupled with a predominantly solid head, and a short, high-set tail. The breed has been deemed elegant and graceful with V-shaped ears and large eyes.