Since the Affenpinscher is a very rare breed of dog, its mating is fraught with some difficulties. If the animal was purchased in a nursery, it is more advisable to apply there for help.
To prevent the occurrence of infectious diseases, as well as rabies and leptospirosis, the animal is vaccinated. The procedure is prescribed subcutaneously, starting at six weeks of age.
Affenpinschers are prone to joint dislocation and other limb injuries. Therefore, pets should not be allowed to jump from any height or run upstairs.
The dog of this breed is distinguished by excellent health and, as a rule, does not need a regular visit to the veterinarian.
It is recommended to trim the hairs around the eyes of the animal, as otherwise, it can lead to vision problems. It is also important to remove hair from the ears. If this is not done, the dog may become deaf.