Eurasier – Grooming

The Basics of Eurasier Grooming
The Eurasier has a double coat with medium-length hair on the body and longer feathering on the back of the legs and the tail. The hair on the neck is slightly thicker than on the rest of the body, but not so much that the dog has a mane.
It sounds like the Eurasier requires a lot of grooming, but his coat is pretty easy to care for with brushing once or twice a week. If he has been in a wooded or brushy area, remove any twigs or other debris that might have gotten caught in his fur, and check for ticks or other parasites. Check his eyes for any discharge and wipe them clean. A bath is rarely necessary.
Like all double-coated dogs, Eurasiers shed. Once or twice a year they go through a heavy shed that lasts for about three weeks. To keep the hair under control during this time, brush the dog daily, give him warm baths and blow dry him thoroughly to help remove the loose hair (but keep the heat setting on low to prevent burns).
The rest is basic care. Trim the nails as needed, usually every week or two. Brush the teeth frequently with a vet-approved pet toothpaste for good overall health and fresh breath.