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1. Artificial or real?
If you have a dog at home, an artificial Christmas tree is more suitable for you. Firstly, an artificial Christmas tree is not so pleasant to nibble as a natural one, and the dog will not try to eat it. Secondly, it is more durable, while the living one is most often installed in a bucket of water. Thirdly, artificial spruce trees do not crumble and do not stain the dog’s coat with tar. Fourth, they can be dropped as much as desired without much harm to the appearance.
A living tree always attracts the attention of a dog. Fragrant twigs and the trunk simply can not help but chew! But the spoiled tree in this case is far from the worst. Sharp needles and branches can injure the dog’s oral cavity, and once in the body, they will lead to intestinal obstruction.
How to protect the tree from the dog?
2. Where to put a Christmas tree? Continue reading
Pets are not only incredibly cute creatures with interesting habits, not only family members and best friends all rolled into one, but also therapists, teachers and even trainers. Admit, have you thought about how much benefit cats, dogs, ferrets, birds, rodents and rabbits, reptiles, fish bring to us? If not, we will be happy to tell you about it. And if so, feel free to complete our list! So why do you need pets?
The most popular reasons to get a pet. TOP 5!
Pets cheer up
There is a law that applies in 100% of cases: if you have a pet, a bad mood visits you much less often! When you are sad, caress your pet or watch him, groom. You yourself will not notice how you begin to smile – and a bad mood will be defeated! Just the sight of a beloved being sets up a wave of positive. It works, tested! Continue reading
Rabies is a dangerous disease that, from the moment the first symptoms appear, in 100% of cases leads to death. It is impossible to cure a dog with manifest clinical symptoms of rabies. However, through timely vaccination, infection can be prevented.
Vaccination of a dog against rabies is a mandatory measure for every owner who appreciates the life and health of both his pet and everyone in his environment. And, of course, your life and health in particular.
Rabies is a disease caused by the Rabies virus and transmitted by saliva when bitten by an infected animal. The incubation period of the disease is always different and ranges from several days to a year. The virus spreads through the nerves to the brain and, upon reaching it, causes irreversible changes. Rabies is dangerous for all warm-blooded.
Despite the incurable nature of rabies and a real threat to both animals and humans, many pet owners today neglect vaccination. Continue reading