Chilier is a low to medium maintenance dog, so although some grooming is necessary, Chilier is definitely not a super needed dog breed. Chilier's hair loss is moderate, so there will be loose hair that needs to be treated at home, or it can be brushed off from the coat. You should brush CHILIER every few days to keep up with the loose hair and help distribute the natural oil around her body. This oil and maintenance is very important for CHILIER's grooming, so avoid bathing too often. Use only dog shampoo, just give chili a bath if she is smelling quite strongly or has made her own thing! If CHILIER's nails are too long, you should trim them, because CHILIER won't wear them off naturally. You can have an experienced person deal with it, or read a book about dog nails. CHILIER's ears should be rubbed once a week. You should check whether CHILIER's ears are infected. CHILIER's teeth should be brushed at least twice a week.
Chilier has a higher than average weight gain trend, so in addition to maintaining his vitality, Chilier also needs a high-quality, nutritious kibble diet to reflect his age, body shape and activity level. Chilier should be fed a small meal 2 to 3 times a day instead of free feeding to help prevent Chilier from gaining weight and causing joint and activity problems in later life. High quality dry dog food can be fed to Chilier. Chilier's diet ranges from half a cup to one cup, although it may vary depending on size, age and metabolism.
Chilier can inherit some health problems from her parents. Chilier's health problems include patellar dislocation, hypoglycemia, heart problems, tracheal collapse, hydrocephalus, fontanelle opening, paroxysmal falls, eye problems, tremor and hip dysplasia. You have a better chance of avoiding parents who ask CHILIER breeders to produce health permits. Also really consider visiting before you buy a puppy, because it's a very good way to judge the breeder and look at CHILIER's condition. While designing dog chiliers can usually avoid common health problems in their purebred parents, it's important to know that your new puppy may inherit. Chihuahuahuas and Cavalier King Charles Spaniard dogs may suffer from patellar dislocation and joint problems, as well as hypoglycemia and eye problems because Spaniards have more pronounced eyes. Like any hybrid dog, CHILIER's heterosis has its advantages and disadvantages, which will help reduce the risk of disease caused by inbreeding, as well as the unforeseen problems in producing two or more unsuitable hybrids. For CHILIER, there are quite a few problems. Most of these problems are typical of puppies. These chiliers are thought to live longer than most puppies.
You have to improvise in an interesting way and be patient will help owners overcome the challenges and train CHILIER. If your CHILIER is too stubborn and likes to do things his way, you can try to improve his behavior by implementing positive reinforcement techniques. For example, if CHILIER has a tendency to pull a belt while walking, he can use the click method. Once you get out of the house, stop for a moment and let your pet watch you. Once chili does this, click and reward him with a treat. Keep doing this after every few steps, so your CHILIER will understand that when you go out for a walk, he needs to look at you from time to time to get his treat, so that he won't hold the dog's leash. You should take your chiliers out often to make them more in touch with different kinds of people, and gradually establish friendly relations with strangers and guests. Once CHILIER can execute commands well and adapt to the clicker training method, you can teach your smart dog some interesting things, such as the names of different objects in your home. Let your CHILIER touch your hand first. Once he does, click and give him a treat. Now hold the object and command "touch". When CHILIER touches something, click and handle it. If CHILIER just puts his paw on your hand, don't repay him. Now, when Chilier touches an object, call it by name and repeat the action at least five times. Doing a routine based on it will help your Chilier identify the object by its name.
When we take care of Chilier's dog, we should know that CHILIER only needs to dress appropriately. Therefore, for the first time, the owner can consider CHILIER. Brush its fur two or three times a week to preserve the skin's natural oils. You can take a bath with dog shampoo, only if chili is very dirty and smelly. CHILIER's nails that are too long can be trimmed with nail clippers, or he can see a professional beautician. In addition, clean your eyes and ears regularly to prevent infection. Finally, brushing your teeth twice a week while taking care of CHILIER can prevent tar accumulation and protect your oral health from bacterial contamination. CHILIER is a very dynamic breed of dogs, so they need to exercise regularly. Walking the dog twice a day is enough, but it's better to take them to the park where they can see other dogs. Sneezing is a sign that Chilier is excited to be with new friends. Sneezing is common in many dogs and is usually harmless, so we don't have to worry about taking care of CHILIER.