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How to feed a puppy?

Hi, I’m a puppy Jack and I are still quite small. Recently, I took my mom and now I’m lonely and scared in this big world. I still do not know, so you have to take care of me. Most importantly, eat well and to feed me . Then I will grow healthy, beautiful and strong dog.

Master, remember the 10 most important rules!

1. Not perchemlievi me. I have to eat in moderation. Then I will be an active, lively and curious puppy . If you see that I’m not energetic and sluggish, think.

2. You ask, how often to feed me . My mom told me that the older I become, the less servings I’ll get. Under 2 months I have to feed 6 times a day every 3 hours. When I turned 2, then a month feed me 5 times a day. From 3 to 5 months my body is ready to receive food 4 times a day. At the age of 5 to 7 months – 3 times a day. After 12-14 months, only 2 times. Well and the portions are, of course, will be more.

3. Never feed me too much cold or hot food. Temperature food should not be more than 30 degrees.

4. Not every day I give milk. It is very tasty, but can cause problems with digestion. All should be in moderation. So you better not forget about ViaVoice that I need, Yes all puppies and adult dogs. Continue reading

Pets for children. Rodents.

Many parents have this kind of animal causes, to put it mildly, disgusted. But the kids just love hamsters, Guinea pigs, gray mice, and even rats. If no dog, no cat, no parrot, not even the fish you don’t want to have – agree, at least, a Guinea pig. It will be a true friend of your baby and will not require you too much time. For normal living Guinea pig will need only a small cage, feeder and drinker. Of course, it doesn’t give up other amenities, such as the beautiful house in which to sleep, and hide from danger. But in fact Guinea pigs love to move freely throughout the room. Keep in mind this point. Feeding rodents is not difficult. Even a small child will cope with this task. Guinea pigs love greens, fresh vegetables and fruits.

Kids get very attached to these animals. With them is always fun to play, because Guinea pigs are very friendly and require a lot of attention, otherwise they are just boring.

Play with a Guinea pig for the baby is absolutely safe. They do not bite and do not scratch, as very patient.

For your child you can also have a turtle, rabbit, pig, iguana or chameleon. The animal you choose – the rules remain timize. Take note of all the nuances associated with one or another pet. Consult with a psychologist – it will help to choose the animal that corresponds to the nature of the child. Consult your pediatrician – he will define degree of risk of various diseases that can cause Pets. And most importantly – keep in mind your baby’s desire and the degree of their readiness to acquire additional “child”.

Taking your family in another member – be prepared for the fact that your lifestyle will change. Strengthen security measures, not to have to look for an animal shelter outside your home:

– Do not leave children alone with Pets. Some of them definitely can be affected. Continue reading

Products and plants that are toxic to Pets.

Many foods and plants are safe and even healthy for people perhaps not so safe for Pets. Here’s a brief overview of such potentially hazardous to your Pets food.

I’m sure many know that the dangerous for Pets chocolate . In chocolate there are some components that are toxic to animals, and they are all connected with heart diseases and disease of the gastrointestinal tract. It depends on the amount of harmful ingredients, the more pure the chocolate, the more poisonous it is. If a big dog eats a little chocolate milk or chocolate chip cookies, the risk of poisoning is not great, because the animal itself is large and the amount of real chocolate in milk chocolate is not great. However, there is some risk of diarrhea and even vomiting. But if your little pet will eat dark chocolate, or even worse, chocolate cakes, then likely the animal will suffer severe and even potentially fatal consequences.

As a vet, I often encounter animals chocolate poisoning, but fortunately only some of the poisoning had resulted in serious consequences. I saw several dogs died after ate a box of chocolate candy. This is perhaps one of the most common cases encountered most often veterinarians small animals. And in most cases of poisoning, the owners gave chocolate to their Pets,but rather animals ate chocolate found themselves. So, please keep chocolates, drinks, pastries and more concentrated products out of reach from Pets – on high shelves, away from the edge of the table, in refrigerators, etc. Especially chocolate like dogs are, unlike cats. Continue reading