The Magyar Agár is an elegant sighthound with a strong bone structure and well-developed muscles.
Lifespan: 12–14 yr
Height: 24–28 in
Weight: 49–68 lb
This breed's short coat doesn't require much maintenance. For most of the year, weekly brushing will do the trick. In the winter—when Magyar Agárs have their dense undercoats—you may need to brush more frequently. Trimming nails, cleaning ears, and brushing teeth should also be part of every dog's grooming routine, regardless of breed.
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Because of their deep chests, these dogs may be more prone to bloat (also known as twisted stomach). To help prevent this condition, break your dog's food up into several meals a day, and use a food bowl specially designed to slow their eating. When timing meals, avoid feeding your pup immediately before or after any vigorous activity.
Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.