10 myths about pet reptiles.

Hardly appeared on the planet as a community of lovers to contain reptiles in the home neovadiol to invent myths about the condition and habits of their Pets. As time went on, gossip and misconceptions become myths. And, oddly enough, many prejudices are wandering among the people today. To be safe time and to get acquainted with some strange statements and see the truth.

The first myth. Reptiles slippery and wet surface skin. This is the most stupid myth. Fall for it people who never heard anything about reptiles. Terrestrial reptiles the skin is smooth, dry and elastic.

The second myth. Snake not eating well or has completely stopped. Perhaps she has health problems. To eliminate the ailment certainly not worth it. But to sound the alarm every time it happens, I do not recommend. Look closely. In that case, if in the absence of appetite the snake changed colour /become whitish/ and “whitewashed” eyes, be quiet – creeping friend’s having a molt, wait about a week, she will take off old skin and returns to its previous state. Loss of appetite can also be due to early-season hibernation, sexual activity or papastratou weather changes. Continue reading

Smoking and Pets

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

Dangerous animals: destroy or not?

The Studio program “Time will tell” to discuss topics that concern everyone. One such topic – the homeless animals in the city.

The pack of stray dogs continue to attack humans, sometimes with fatal outcome. A week ago in the suburbs of Ufa were found gnawed the body of a 10-year-old boy. Most likely, the child was eaten alive by stray dogs.

In the first part of the program guests of the Studio trying to understand how to protect people from stray animals and pet dogs, whose owners are not able to control them.

The second part is devoted to the events in Ukraine. In Donetsk, despite the truce, continue the attacks, people die. Recently, the international human rights organizations expressed concern about the use in the South-East of Ukraine issetnumberofpages prohibited by international Convention.

Studio guests talk about war crimes in the Southeast of Ukraine, and also discuss the prospects for the sanctions standoff between Russia and the West, and the growth of prices for products in Russia. Continue reading

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