According to a statement made by the Afghan Hound Club of America, "Hair is the hallmark of the Afghan Hound."
These sophisticated dogs need to be groomed on a regular basis. Because of their lengthy coats, they need frequent brushing to avoid getting tangles and snarls.
The clincher is... Before you can groom them, you need to give them a wash. Bathing show Afghan Hounds at least twice a week
Akitas are working dogs, therefore they tend to be wary of new people and quickly agitated by canines of the same
Akitas have the potential to become loving, devoted members of a family if their owners are willing to put in the effort required for training and upholding basic house rules.
Although they don't make a lot of noise, are quite tidy, and aren't too difficult to groom, they do demand much more mental labor.
The grooming routine that they need and the amount of energy they exert both contribute significantly to the high maintenance nature of Alaskan Malamutes.
These canines have an endless supply of energy and need a significant amount of time spent playing and exercising outside.
The American Kennel Club's standards for proper dog grooming recommend using an undercoat rake in your grooming routine.