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What role in the development of play Pets for kids?

Most adults in their homes to keep animals. If in the village it can be cattle, which the house does not go, in the urban environment much more difficult.Adult men normally cope with this. But what is the role of Pets for children? Is it safe?

Of course, most of the domestic animals act favorably on children and teach them to do good, bring joy. However, this happens only if the parents belong properly to the pet, and not just bought a pet for children.

Pets for children – benefit or harm ?

According to the observations of psychologists Pets for children, helping to develop the capacity for empathy, and also develop communication skills. Some doctors argue that keeping animals in the house positively affects the index of intellectual development. However, the content allowed for children to encourage a sense of responsibility. It is also worth noting that the presence of an animal at home to help reduce self-centeredness of the child. In order to get productive interaction, it is necessary “feedback”, that animals can provide that. For instance even ordinary stroking of the animal. If the dog does not like as a child to neatness, then and will not work in the future to see his young master. The same happens with cats and other Pets. For children, their development and communicate not only with animals, but people, this is a very important factor. This may allow the child to learn to understand not only their point of view, but also others. Continue reading

Feeding the puppy

Perhaps most importantly in the process of growing a puppy is proper feeding. As You bring up your puppy before they become an adult, this puppy will remain for life. From food depends on the health of the dog, condition of coat. Feeding should not be a secondary matter in the care of the dog. It is therefore very important to ensure your puppy proper feeding from the time of its acquisition. If You took the puppy at the age of 1 month. it is necessary to closely monitor his diet. At this age puppies are still sucking their mother. Now You must provide your puppy the diet as close to what he got, living with mother. First consult the breeder who sold You the puppy, but he was feeding puppies. For example, if puppy won’t eat dry food, you can’t give it to him in the first 2 weeks after weaning from the mother. You should know how best to feed your baby. About a week the puppy can be loose stools. This is normal when switching to a new food (because it does not receive breast milk). Consult your veterinarian, he may prescribe the puppy Bifidumbacterin, Linex, or furazolidone. The most difficult will be the first 2-3 days. At night the puppy can howl and whine, but You in any case can not take him to his bed. Throw the puppy soft toys or play with him a bit. If this does not help, then maybe the puppy wants to eat (the mother fed the puppies and at night). Give your toddler some yogurt.How to feed a puppy? At first do not give your puppy cow’s milk (or porridge with milk), white bread, pasta, potatoes, oatmeal. Continue reading

“Basic training” for novice owners and people who are going to have a ferret

Home a ferret (or ferrets) is a domesticated form of the wild forest the ferret inhabiting the forests and steppes of Europe. The ferrets inherited from ancestors many features of biology. This is a small stocky animals with an elongated, very flexible body and fairly long tail, covered with thick fur. The male ferrets are much larger than females, they also differ in character and behavior.

The color of wild ferrets dark brown, home – from white to almost black. Ferrets shed once a year. Senses better developed sense of smell and touch (vibrissae), vision weaker. Animals are very mobile, nimble, swim well, can climb low trees. Tolerate cold easier than heat.

Contrary to popular belief, not all ferrets don’t have a strong odor. Their wool has a slight musky aroma, with a little honey “shade”. Special Priaralye glands, when the animal is frightened or very excited, emit a sharp odor, but domestic ferrets use them very rarely; these glands can be surgically removed. The excrement and urine of ferrets is almost no smell, unlike the cat. Continue reading