Pet Chipping
Chipping your pet increases your chances of being found if it is lost, escaped, or stolen. Almost all types of domestic animals can be chipped, for example, horses, dogs, cats,…

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Dog Diabetes Treatment
Diabetes affects not only people, but also animals. While people show a willingness to change their lifestyle to help treatment, pet owners are faced with additional problems that animals, as…

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Favorite swan of Anna Pavlova
The name of the greatest ballerina Anna Pavlova is known not only among people interested in ballet, but also people far from this art. Her stunning miniature Dying Swan brought…

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Monthly Archives: August 2019

Favorite swan of Anna Pavlova

The name of the greatest ballerina Anna Pavlova is known not only among people interested in ballet, but also people far from this art. Her stunning miniature Dying Swan brought the ballerina worldwide recognition, love and glory.

But not many people know that this fragile woman was also a talented gardener. And she just loved animals, kept them in large numbers herself and did not miss the opportunity to take pictures with them.

In 1912, having moved from Russia to England for political reasons, she and her husband Viktor Dandre bought and equipped a huge mansion in Hempstead, which was called Ivy House (Ivy House). Continue reading

10 little-known facts about cats

The fact that cats along with dogs are one of the most popular pets is a generally accepted fact. Have you ever wondered how much we know about these creatures? We are talking not only about the habits of cats, about health or behavior, but also about interesting historical episodes from their lives. And today – 10 little-known facts that will make you look at your cat from a different angle.

1. Initially, it was believed that for the first time cats were domesticated in Egypt, where they were elevated to the rank of deities. Continue reading

What is rabies?
Rabies is a deadly virus that infects the central nervous system (CNS) and causes acute encephalitis. Rabies can affect all types of warm-blooded animals, including humans. From animals to humans,…

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What colors do dogs see?
Dogs, like most other mammals, have no color vision. Yesterday in 1909, it was established that dogs do not distinguish colors, but only respond to the degree of brightness, in…

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Why cats don’t smell
Observe the cat and you will see how much time she devotes to her toilet. It is no coincidence that cats were called neat cats. Indeed, they can sit almost…

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Botulism
Botulism is an acute feed toxicosis of animals and humans, manifested in the form of paralysis of the pharynx, tongue, lower jaw, a sharp weakening of the skeletal muscle tone…

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