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A puppy must be trained in a collar from the first months of his life. If this is not done on time, then many problems can arise later. For example, a pet will begin to resist, snarl and show aggression when trying to put on a collar or try to remove an accessory throughout the walk, gnaw a leash, etc. To make a puppy accustomed to a collar quickly and without hostility, it should be encouraged with treats immediately afterwards how to put on this accessory.
Types of collars for German shepherds
1. Soft wide collar. It serves for everyday walking. You can hang an “addressee” on it – a token on which the contact details of the owner are indicated. They will help to contact the owner of the pet.
The collar for a German shepherd must be made of high-quality leather and equipped with welded rings to which a leash or a driver is fastened. Poor fittings can cause an accident and cause the dog to break loose on the leash. Continue reading
Cardiovascular disease in dogs (heart failure, CVD) is a serious problem that leaves its mark on quality and life expectancy. What symptoms indicate an ailment, what causes the occurrence, what is the basis for treatment and prevention?
Conventionally, cardiovascular diseases are divided into three groups:
Congenital pathologies are extremely rare, hereditary ones are already more common, and, finally, acquired ones make up the widest group.
How does heart failure appear in dogs? Continue reading
Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects both people and animals. The initial stage of this ailment often goes unnoticed, and the disease is diagnosed already in an acute form or randomly, for example, during the delivery of tests on a completely different issue. That’s why it is very important to know about the initial symptoms of the disease and regularly monitor the condition of the pet. How is diabetes manifested in dogs and what you need to know about this dangerous but common disease?
Diabetes is a complex disease that is divided into several types. First of all, diabetes and diabetes insipidus are distinguished. Diabetes mellitus in dogs is also divided into two types: insulin-dependent and non-insulin-dependent.
Diabetes in Dogs: Causes
Only a few cases of diabetes insipidus in dogs are known. This is a genetic disease that is very rare. Continue reading