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Feeding the Rhodesian Ridgeback

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

Pet rodents and all that is connected with them

The attitude to these animals most people is far from clear and not always friendly. Despite the fact that in nature there are many species of rodents, some of them gained fame as human Pets.

Not to mention, rodents such as mice and rats have traditionally cause a feeling of disgust and revulsion. But it if to consider them from the point of view of the carriers of infections. But pet rodents can give the joy of communicating with them, to be obedient and affectionate companions.

What we like and don’t like mice and rats

Take, for example, decorative mice. Try not to equate them with other tailed brothers who are digging in the trash near the house. These decorative animals can be variegated or solid color, can be long-haired or curly. In General, there is plenty to choose from! White mice are small animals, long ago gained fame in the laboratories. How many of them went on experimenting with different drugs, influence of physical and chemical processes. A lot of blood spoiled them and genetics. Continue reading

Feeding the puppy

To raise a dog with good conformation, it is necessary from puppyhood to adhere to the rules of good nutrition. Residues in food the puppy is not suitable because of the presence of spices. Your pet needs the following products: -meat (beef, horsemeat, lamb) -the fish of the sea and river (boiled) -eggs -milk, kefir, sour clotted milk,curds. vegetables (raw carrots, cabbage of all kinds, raw and cooked, parsley, onion, celery, garlic) fruits (in winter prunes, raisins) cereal (oatmeal, millet, buckwheat I. D. p)

For example, the daily diet one or two months of puppies of large breeds (boxer, collie, German shepherd, Doberman) should include: -meat 200-250g,including the insides (liver, kidneys, heart, spleen-only cooked) -fish up to 300g (give instead of meat no more than twice a week) -milk 500-600g -tvoroga-100-150g carrot grated 1-2 pieces -a small amount of the leaves of young nettles, dandelion, mint, celery, garlic, parsley -sunflower oil-up to 1st. spoon -salt-5-7G -one sandwich (rye bread with oil) For puppies of medium and small breeds the number of products is reduced accordingly. Continue reading

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