When you get a puppy, he brings a lot of joy, noise and fun. When this new owner is faced with a lot of questions about the care and feeding of the puppy. Everyone wants to make things right, because on this depends the whole future life and health of your pet. In this article you will learn how and what to feed your puppy.
Growth and development in young dogs is divided into several stages: milk (when the puppies feed on breast milk), phase separation from mother, the active growth phase final growth phase.
We’ll talk about the two most important for the owner of the puppy phases of growth: active (from the time of weaning or of the arrival of a puppy until the age of 6-7 months) and final (from 6 months up to the end of growth). For convenience, I suggest that the puppies in an active growth phase called the puppies, and in the final of the juniors, especially as this classification is generally accepted.
Feeding the puppy (first growth phase)
Active and the main, growth phase is the most important period, at this time the pups grow at a very fast pace, they change the proportions of the body, there is a change of teeth and the formation of the musculoskeletal system. At this age there are major difficulties when the wrong feeding puppies – rickets or disorders of formation of bone and articular-ligamentous apparatus, malocclusion, poor staging Usau breeds with erect ears and more. Continue reading
Pets always bring home a lot of joy, so today almost every house boasts of your pet. Some people prefer to have a quiet and peaceful fish, someone more like funny rodents, well, someone decides to have a real friend – a dog or a cat. Exotic Pets are increasing in our homes.
There are also people who wish to have at home an exotic other, for example, status in society or simply for the love of a specific animal.
However, they do not think that most exotic animals are not suited to life in captivity, therefore, as a rule, in such conditions they live only a few years or even less. This article will talk about what exotic animals are most common among Pets.
Exotic Pets – a tarantula
This giant spider is known to all. Tarantulas are considered to be dangerous spiders, though not actually represent a particular threat to humans. Tarantulas are rarely aggressive and their venom can generally be considered harmless for an adult person. Poisonous tarantulas are never sold in pet stores and to go into the jungle after them, hardly anyone will want. Choosing this giant, it should be remembered that males in captivity can live for only two years, while females can live even twenty years. Continue reading
The Thai cat is one of the oldest breeds of cats existing in the world.
Thai cats, which is sometimes called starobinskii, are of Siamese origin, which has not changed under the impact of the standards. And Thai and Siamese originating from the former Kingdom of Siam, now Thailand.
Vodilos just a sort of a rarity in this land, and belonged to cats of the Royal family. Of course, because they were considered as guides of souls of noble personages in the world of eternal rest.
The people of the country worshipped amazing creatures, poets dedicated to them poignant poetic lines, and the royals took care of rare cats as a precious relic. Only in the late 19th century Siamese cats became from time to time to leave the Fatherland. And here since then the history of the breed splits in two.
Part Siamese was subjected to intensive crossbreeding with other breeds, resulting in their appearance has undergone some changes: there are new types of color, the body lines became more elongated, the backbone is lighter, and the head took a wedge shape.
The other part remained intact, as enthusiasts of the natural appearance of these cats has made considerable efforts in order to preserve all the characteristic features of the breed. Due to this, the traditional type Siamese look segodnyaschy also looked like the Royal Pets for many centuries. Now, representatives of this – which retain their original appearance – branches proudly are called Thai cats. Continue reading