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FEEDING
The harmonious growth of the breeding and maintenance of the adult animal, depend on a balanced diet and adapted to the specific needs of the species and breed of each animal, and any assumptions animals should eat as their owners, because they have needs other than the two men and some products may cause problems for animals.
Providing the most suitable feed your pet is related to age, size, breed, activity level and physiological state.
The diet should meet all the nutritional needs of the animal, without any deficiency or excess, to ensure health, disposition and longevity.
Clean, fresh water should be available all the time.

HYGIENE
Today, dogs and cats have a much closer contact with their owners, so it is very important hygiene care of them. Thus, he take care of the health of the animal and the whole family. Every dog ​​or cat should receive regular showers. For cats, showers every two or three months are enough. And for dogs, which defines the frequency of showers is the texture and size coat. Dogs with short coats should be bathed only when they are apparently dirty. While long-haired animals can be bathed every two months. Pay attention to the exceptions, as some breeds have characteristics that must be respected. An example is the Sheltie (Shetland Sheepdog or) that, for the maintenance of oiliness coat must ter increased frequency of showers for three months, still have long fur.
For showers, use specific veterinary products for that, since the pH of the dog's fur is different from that of men.
Choose the hottest times of day and keep your puppy dry after showering.
 
HEAULT
Although the health of your animal depends on food and hygiene receives, it is also of great importance that he has a veterinarian accompaniment, as the animals are susceptible to many diseases (parvovirus, distemper, coronavirus, infectious hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza, adenovirus ) that are easily preventable since proper care are observed from the initial age.
 

WHY FEED WITH PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED?
 
ADVANTAGES FOR YOUR DOG AND / OR CAT
1- Complete and balanced nutrition;
2- The animal will be well disposed;
3- More beautiful hair;
4- Stronger bones;
5- More vitality and energy;
6- Strong and clean teeth.
 
ADVANTAGES FOR YOU
1- It is easy to store;
2- Practical to serve;
3- Droppings stronger, easier to clean and less odor;
4- Save time and money compared to homemade food.
START TRAINING
The earlier training, the easier it will start learning. It is best to start after vaccination, so your dog will be protected against disease.
 
TEACHING SIT
Is not a given for training a dog, as there are different factors influencing the training, such as age, race, trainer and owner own time
 
 
1º Step:
With a piece of petisco, stay in front of your dog at the height of the nose and slowly raise your hands at eye level. Do not lift too, then you can encourage him to jump. Seen carrying hand to face away and consequently inducing him to sit down.
 
2º Step:
After taking the command is time to switch between the candy and only gesture, repeating the first step. When he lay and thou art without candy in hand, bring the treat and deliver it to him.
 
3º Step:

Now that the dog is already sitting with gestural command, insert the oral command.
At the same time when you perform the gesture, talk "you sit", past many repetitions talk "sit" without gesture and if he sits, give him a treat and make party.
If he understands not repeat the exercise until he does the association.

 
Observations:
One of the most common mistakes that owners make is to repeat many times the command ( "sit Rex", "feel", "feel Rex"), when the command should be pronounced only once ( "feel" or "feel Rex "). The dog must sit then after the command. If he takes to sit or feel much slowly, you must resume the exercises and train a bit more.
Not if you have a certain time to a dog training time, because there are many factors that influence the training, such as age, race, trainer and the owner himself.

 

CANINE OTITIS 
If the dog scratches too ear or head shakes much might have otitis (earache).
 
SCABIES
It depends on the type that affects the dog, but usually manifests itself with areas of alopecia very itchy.
 
DERMATITIS
They are one of the main reasons for the visit to the vet. Usually, itch, annoying enough the animal may be caused by chemical agents, fungi, bacteria and mites.
 
FAD
Flea allergy dermatitis. They can affect your dog is allergic to flea bites. Overall local areas left with alopecia.
 
HEMOPARASITOSES
They are "seeds" which parasitize inside the blood cells, destroying them.
 
STOMACH FLU
Gastroenteritis usually affects young dogs and can have as agent causing viruses, bacteria and worms, and these agents may act individually or together. Gastroenteritis usually affects young dogs and can have as a causative agent of viruses, bacteria and worms, and these agents can act separately or together. It can be hemorrhagic gastroenteritis, manifested by vomiting and bloody diarrhea. The animal becomes dehydrated and can die quickly. Some NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) can cause gastroenteritis in the dog and cat. These drugs should only be used under

FLEAS AND TICKS
These parasites affect dogs and cats and can also, in addition to the discomfort, be vectors of some diseases. Control is based on the right medicine, the form and frequency of application.

INTESTINAL WORMS
They are worms that parasitize the intestine of the dog. For control are drugs that are effective for a wide range of these worms. Control also depends on the dose and frequency of use.

 

FEEDING
Normally for small breeds the dog reaches adulthood at 12 months of age. For big races this phase reaches 18 months of age. Before making the change of feed puppy to adult contact your veterinarian.

BATHE
The first shower may occur after 60 days of life.
Normally a shower per week in summer days, using warm water, soap or coconut or prefer existing specific animal products like shampoo and other things. In the winter the recommendation is that the shower is once each month.

 

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