Dog owners often have a problem – how to wash their pet’s paws after a walk. Well, if the dog is small, and it can be taken to the bathroom in the arms. Some dogs are pathologically afraid of water, others arrange a flood when washing their paws in a basin. Let us explain the situation according to the following points: how and with what to wash the dog’s paws, how to teach her to “carry out” the hygienic procedure “culturally”.
Washing the dog’s paws: why do it after each walk
Many dog owners wash their pet’s paws exclusively in the autumn-spring period, so that the pet does not leave dirty marks throughout the apartment. However, not only cleanliness in the house requires this. The dog needs to wash its paws in any season for the following reasons: Continue reading
Fluffy, shiny coat is a sign of cat health. However, any pet is prone to hair loss. There are many reasons for this: from physiological processes, to skin diseases and more severe internal pathologies. We will analyze the main diseases and situations of hair loss, symptoms associated with hair loss in cats, as well as treatment and prevention methods.
Felting in cats and cats: physiological causes
Thinning of the coat of a cat and “scattering” of hair everywhere is not always a sign of illness, although it is quite unpleasant for the owners. Wool on sofas, clothes, in plates – almost every owner of a fur coat faced this. The reasons for this are often trivial:
Moult (in spring and autumn) in cats living in apartments often drags on for 2-3 months. This is due to a violation of biorhythms and temperature conditions in the room. With abundant hair loss, the pet looks Continue reading
The need to monitor oral hygiene arises not only in humans, but also in their pet, we are talking about dogs. Pet owners need to regularly treat their pet’s teeth and gums, monitor the timely removal of a small plaque, and if necessary, tartar. Timely and high-quality care of the pet’s oral cavity will help to maintain a healthy dental condition, which will be the key to their successful preservation until old age, and will also help to avoid unpleasant, and sometimes painful procedures associated, for example, with gum disease or dental caries.
How to brush your pet’s teeth
In order to avoid numerous torments and bites on the part of the pet, it is necessary to start accustoming to brushing your teeth from the age of four months. To do this, start by using soft brushes without any Continue reading