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Feeding puppies at the age from 1,5 till 3 months

What to feed a puppy. In the first days after purchase – what the breeder was feeding. Can translate dog food natural complete food.

A growing body dogs require proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, calcium, phosphorus and other trace elements. Dog for the first year of life intensively increases its weight (from 300 grams up to 30-40 pounds). Therefore, nutrition of the dog during this period you need to pay special attention that it has received all necessary for proper growth and development.

At the age of one and a half months to three puppy fed 5 times a day. Approximate diet like this:

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The calcinated cottage cheese. Made from fresh milk. In one pint of hot milk add a tablespoon of 10% calcium chloride, or two tablespoons of 5%. For lack of calcium chloride can be crushed tablets of calcium gluconate or calcium lactate – about 5 tablets and pour in the hot milk. Heat, without boiling, stirring occasionally. The milk immediately curdled. The resulting curds are separated from whey with a slotted spoon. You can add in cottage cheese quail eggs (about three times a week – every day egg is not needed) and a half-teaspoon of honey. You can use ordinary fresh 9% cottage cheese, but you can dilute it with yogurt so it had a soft consistency. After 15 minutes, anything not eaten, nueropathy in the fridge – it needs to be done every time. If in 15 minutes the puppy has not eaten and has lost interest in food is to remove. Continue reading

Education and training of dogs

The volume of this work does not permit discussion of all details of training, for example, natsci dog specifically for hunting, for sanitary or police service, and for other purposes. Given here are General instructions how to teach your dog to comply with basic requirements applicable to it as to the nearest of the animal Kingdom, each other person who is with him in constant communion. Often, more detailed instructions will have to consult works specially treating on these issues.

Always remember that rebellious and ill-mannered dog is no good ; it only causes a range of troubles for its owner and for all others. These badly bred dogs give them haters a right to rebel against their kind and justify the misdeeds of bad instances of their outrage at all the whole class like them. In view of the fact, before you buy a dog, think seriously whether you have enough patience and perseverance to bring her up. 2 Education and training are closely connected to one another, and to separate these two concepts it would be fundamentally wrong. Under the upbringing of the dog meant everything what she needs in dealing with people: obedience, affection, etc. whereas training is the memorization of famous acts and practices-what to increase the love of man to the dog and make it intelligent and helpful in all respects. The basic education of the dog, whatever breed it may be, should be the same. From hunting and house dogs equally require obedience and cleanliness in the apartment. The methods and techniques used to achieve this goal, can be varied, the final result should be always the same. Everyone can, even without special knowledge and ability, to teach her the basics of education, and therefore society has the discretion to require the owner of a dog to not bore everyone with our bad habits. Continue reading

The most popular dog breeds

Among dogs, Labradors, probably the most favorite. Good-natured disposition, sociability and ability to training has made these dogs popular around the world. These are the real peacekeepers and humanitarians.

Among dogs, Labradors, probably the most favorite. Good-natured disposition, sociability and ability to training has made these dogs popular around the world. These are the real peacekeepers and humanitarians. Due to its unique qualities, Labradors are used not only as companions but also as guides, rescuers, and also to search for explosives and drugs.

Nobody really knows, where did these good-natured and cute dogs. Maybe that’s why there are many versions of their origin. In ancient times these dogs were called vydrovymi or water. And in fact, with water Labradors have much links. In the past this breed was the favorite of Newfoundland and Portuguese fishermen. Two dogs always took with him on every voyage — and not as talismans. A wonderful talent for swimming, and an extraordinary devotion to these animals conquered the hearts of even the most hardened sea wolves. And here’s why. Each fishing boat was a special rescue rope, with which, in case of disaster two dogs had to swim to the nearest shore. And then this rope was selected for the whole team. They say such cases bilobate more than enough. For dogs-rescuers are always carefully watched, guarded and pampered.

And here is how the Labradors appeared in Europe. They say that once the crew of the ship “Canton” in Baltimore rescued the drowning crew of the English brig, who was from Newfoundland. Together with people pulled from the water and puppies, which the captain of the “Canton” had left in Baltimore. However, not immediately recognized Labradors as a separate breed. Despite the fact that these dogs still Titian painted only in 1812 it was decided that this species differs from all others, and proposed to call them “lesser Newfoundland”, “St. Johns dog” or “Labrador”. Finally got the name Labrador. Why? And on this occasion there is no one opinion. Continue reading

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