In our, frankly, difficult time – a time of change, many not for the better, a time of depression and stressful situations – the only thing that saves many of us is love. Love for spouse and children, for parents and relatives, for friends and girlfriends. And also to our smaller brothers. But if you have friends and family – this is natural, then in the pleasure of having a pet we often deny ourselves, especially when it comes to a dog. And the motivation for many is simple and old, like the world – there is no place in the apartment.
You can find a way out of any situation! There are many miniature dogs. Continue reading
We humans, for the most part, are experimenters! We are always searching, we are driven by a thirst for knowledge, and, as a result, many technical inventions, works of art, new directions in creativity are born … And also new breeds of animals. We have already talked about new dog breeds more than once; today it’s the turn of cats.
An interesting fact is that although cats and dogs were domesticated by humans at about the same time, there are more than 400 dog breeds and only 200 in cats. Most likely, this happened because the dogs are guards, hunters, and shepherds, and nannies, and watchmen, and companions, and more requirements for them. Continue reading
Did you know that over 30 percent of pets are obese? If your dog is overweight, he is at risk for diseases such as painful arthritis, heart disease, shortness of breath, diabetes, and even bladder cancer. In addition, obese dogs are terribly lazy and prone to depression.
How can you determine if your dog is overweight? Run a hand across the back and chest of the dog, if you do not feel its bones – your dog is obese. Continue reading