Each of us wants to have a real friend. Such a small and defenceless, requiring warmth and care, but that he was looking smart eyes and understood everything. Of course, it comes to mind the dog. But, alas, not everyone has the opportunity to keep a dog in the apartment and to give it the right amount of time. Budgie or some other small bird is a simpler and cheaper option. But a bird is a bird: chirp, wings flapping ― it seems to be nice, but no recoil. Hamster ― small. The cat is too skittish. And what to do?
Guinea pigs ― great friends, not demanding a staggering cost too much time. Moreover, they really are smart and responsive, playful and funny. These cute animals are not averse to “talk” with the owner. They produce the characteristic mood sounds similar to the chirping of birds or the water boiling in the kettle. And how they love to bask in the hands of the master, burying his pink nose right in her hands. Live Guinea pigs from 7 to 15 years with proper nutrition and content in General.
Care and sumerianjoki pigs
Many don’t want or can’t devote much time to your pet and try to choose the offspring that will require minimum time expenditure on care and maintenance. So, I want to warn at once, that caring for Guinea pigs will take a maximum of 4 hours per week. A lot? Then they see a Teddy bear, although it is also necessary to look will be to wash sometimes. Okay, a good laugh and the fact that You will take time:
On feeding in a day, you need 2-3 times to be given to animals.
Once a day open the cage for ventilation and easy cleaning of the feeder.
Litter should be changed 1 time per 3-4 days. Continue reading
Place Pets furry and feathered inhabitants of the home in our families, recent times is wild reptiles, including tortoises. The main difference from the usual vertebrate is cold-blooded, sluggishness, slowness. It should always be considered while caring for a terrestrial turtle in the home. A family of tortoises consists of 40 species. At home often contains the Central Asian tortoise (steppe) because of low cost and suitable for apartments size. This species is characterized by a rounded carapace dark olive, reddish or yellow-brown color with a length up to 25 cm In the wild they live in arid steppes of Central Asia, where they live up to 50 years.
With proper care the life in the home can be forty years. Despite the relatively cheap and easy care tortoises require careful attention. Them carefully need to look.
Care land turtle requires:
Proper maintenance of tortoises at home requires terrarium. It can be:
glass (like an aquarium);
wooden; Continue reading
Pets there are many people. Most often they are the most genuine member of the family. Pets help you cope with the feeling of loneliness, care for them and give them love and affection. The decision to bring home a living creature should be well-thought and balanced. This applies particularly to families with young children.
The animal should not play the role of a toy, as he very much desired the sincere care and love. But beyond that, one should always remember that a pet can be a potentially dangerous source of various parasites. Almost never the owners do not think about what harm can cause these organisms to other members of the family. And for good reason! Well, tell you what threatens the parasites in the body of domestic animals are dangerous to humans.
Cats and dogs due to a permanent location outdoors can be carriers of dipilidiosis. A person can pick up from them and toxoplasmosis. It is a common feline disease that does not threaten a healthy person and can cause the common cold.
But if it strikes a pregnant woman, the consequences of this illness can be catastrophic, up to serious deformities of the fetus and miscarriage. That is why pregnant women are strongly advised not to communicate closely with members of the cat. Consoling factor is that immunity to Toxoplasma persists for life.
Almost all domashneeporno can be carriers of worms. After contact of a person with a sick individual may pass eggs of worms and, consequently, infection. Continue reading