Boerboels have short, erect, smooth, shiny coats that cover their soft, dense undercoats. They can be in shades of red, tan, brown, letterhead or black. Some have white patches, especially around the neck, face and paws, although it is considered a defect if more than 30% of the coat is white. Generally, they do not need specific care regarding the coat. A weekly brushing and a monthly bath is enough to leave the hair healthy and eliminate the dead.
The Boerboel's main need when it comes to grooming is to be mentally and physically stimulated through exercise and play, as it can develop destructive and inappropriate behavior. In addition, regular attendance is quite simple. Your nails should be clipped once every two weeks and your teeth should be brushed regularly, of course, as recommended by a veterinarian. Their ears should also be checked frequently, due to the rapid buildup of wax, which normally happens with dogs of the breed.