The Taigan is a medium-sized dog with the distinctive look of a sighthound—slender and built for speed.
Lifespan: 11–13 yr
Height: 24–28 in
Weight: 35–55 lb
Brushing once or twice a week is usually enough to keep this breed's coat free of loose hair and dirt. When your Taigan sheds their winter undercoat, you may need to comb more frequently. In addition to brushing, trimming nails, cleaning ears, and brushing teeth should also be part of every dog's grooming routine—regardless of breed.
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These are just a few ways you can help prevent this life-threatening condition. Ask your veterinarian about other ways—including surgical options—to prevent bloat.
Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.