One of the main reasons the designer dog is gaining popularity as far as hybrids are concerned, is because of this dog’s easy to groom, hypoallergenic coat.
This breed is popular with people who love dogs but have a hard time owning one due to allergies. Like the Poodle, this breed hardly produces pet dander, which makes them an ideal pet for those with allergies.
They do shed but very little. Compared to other breeds, this dog is a saint in the shedding department. Even though they shed little, you’ll still want to take care of their coats by brushing it once a week. This will help keep out the dead hair, and encourage better growth.
An Affenpoo’s coat is short to medium in length. It can be coarse and curly like a Poodle. Their coat color typically comes in black or brown, but an occasional streak of silver has been seen with this designer dog.
Depending on their activity levels, you probably won’t have to bathe the Affenpoo that often. Always be sure you check their ears, as droopy ear breed tend to invite a host of issues such as infections.