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

From fancy rats can still be infected with dangerous diseases

This post is not intended to scare crisologo lovers. However, the information contained in a note deserves attention, as it proves once again the potential of Contracting dangerous diseases from Pets, in particular from fancy rats. The chance of catching something nasty from decorative rats is small, but it is not zero! But if to imagine that at least half of the hosts kiss and smooch with their Pets, the likelihood of unpleasant consequences increases significantly. The added value of this information is because of documented medical personnel.

I wrote that after any contact with pet and its cage, in-game items, equipment, etc. should be thoroughly washed hands. A number of specific diseases transmitted rodents, as it turned out, not only through bites, but under normal domestic contact with the pet.

Medical journal of Australia in February 2012 described a case of infection women Streptobacillus in Adelaide (Australia), after she had close contact (hugging, kissing) with your pet rats. Continue reading

The Germans are convinced that Pets have a positive influence on children

Over 80 percent of Germans believe that Pets have a positive effect on children’s development. Science confirms that Pets develop a child’s sense of responsibility already at an early age.

Pets have a positive influence on the development of young children. Believe nine out of ten Germans, evidenced by a recent survey conducted by the sociological Institute of the Bremen TheConsumerView (TCV). The survey involved a thousand respondents, both with and without Pets.

“Overall, 88.7% of respondents believe that children’s development proceeds more efficiently if they are already at an early age have regular contact with Pets,” said the officer TCV Uwe Friedemann (Friedemann Uwe). Naturally, among the pet owners level of conviction in this (95.9 per cent) higher than among those who have Pets does not have (74.7 per cent).

More of a positive impact of Pets on the development of young children believe dog owners (98.2 percent). However, the level of conviction is very high and among cat owners (95.3 per cent) and poultry (90.3 per cent). Continue reading

Caring for turtles, the content of turtles at home
Do you have long or contains turtle? Water turtle (pond slider, marsh, TrioniX) must be contained in the aquaterrarium with water (2/3) and land (1/3), which should be a rough…

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Vaccination of small animals
Here are some of the judgments that we face at the reception in the veterinary clinic, in the exercise grounds, walking with dogs, in a circle of acquaintances and friendly…

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Dangerous Pets at home
Never understood people who give birth to house dangerous animals. The criterion, of course, is different — I became very friendly with a German shepherd and a Doberman when I…

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