It is well known that Smoking harms our health and the health of those around us. But how many know that Smoking also harms the health of our Pets?
Inhalation of air containing products of Smoking are called secondhand smoke. Hand smoke of Smoking products enter the body from two sources — from the air exhaled by the smoker, and from products of combustion of a cigarette, pipe or cigar. Tobacco smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals, including carbon monoxide, formaldehyde and arsenic, as well as nicotine, tar and carcinogens — substances that cause cancer.
Our Pets are passive smokers not only because they directly inhale the smoke, but also because they lick up the toxic substances deposited on their fur from contaminated air. Moreover, each of these substances may increase the risk of cancer. In addition, there is a danger that the animal will accidentally eat items that contain nicotine — a cigarette or cigarette butt, picked up at home or while walking, on the side of the road. Nicotine is also often used as an insecticide!
Below we consider the dangerous consequences that can result from passive Smoking different types of Pets, as well as the methods by which you can protect the health of their Pets. Continue reading
Peruvian Guinea pigs have long, soft, like silk, wool, among breeders they are very popular.
In Guinea pigs Peruvian breed the body is short, broad, stout, head short, well developed, shoulders broad, back straight. The eyes are large, brilliant. The lugs in these animals, hang down, but do not apply to cheeks are like the petals of a rose. The fur is straight, shiny, silky, easy to comb. As outlets of wool, they must be two and they should be placed on the sacrum, another little twist is on the nose. Coloring Peruvian Guinea pigs varied, there are both monochrome and multi-colour colors. A description of the nature
Peruvian Guinea pigs have gorgeous appearance, agreeable disposition, trusting and loves human attention.
The pros and cons of types
As among all the long haired Peruvian Guinea pigs at first glance can scare off a length of wool and available in connection with the problem to care for. But the thing about their hair is that hair silky and easy to comb, which allows not to resort to frequent grooming of these pigs. Continue reading
If you have the opportunity to feed your dog a natural diet . Feed a mixture of: porridge made of buckwheat and rice (buckwheat 1/3 + 2/3 rice cook in the same pan, add cornmeal, NOT to GIVE millet porridge), meat (preferably raw, not import – there are a lot of preservatives) (500 g per day of meat + 500 gr. cereal for an adult dog). Meat can be replaced with chicken (boiled skinless chicken breast), fish (marine only); heart, boiled lung, udder, raw scar after 6 months. Cooked liver give is very limited.
For the normalization of intestinal peristalsis and proper digestion the dog needs vegetables. A small amount of grated carrot, zucchini, pumpkin, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, beets or Apple need to give the dog every day.
Therefore, in the mixture be sure to add chopped vegetables (you can use a mixture of frozen vegetables) and a spoon of vegetable oil, laminaria (dried from the pharmacy on the tip of a knife) optional (improves hair). Not to give the broth cooked with the bones, you can give cooked meat. NOT to GIVE meat, meat only sliced.
The first morning feeding cottage cheese + yogurt, (for adult dogs 300 – 400 gr. cottage cheese + pint of yogurt) Continue reading