veterinarians

7 new year tips for owners of Pets

The winter holidays are a real test for Pets. For veterinarians it is too hot time: cats eat tinsel, dogs overeat delicacies and lizards suffer from dehydration. As a result – dozens of emergency operations, frustrated the hosts and animals with compromised health. “Bepress” gives seven tips for those who the house, in addition to primates, inhabit someone else.

Tip # 1. For dog breeders. Dogs love their masters and will share with you pre-Christmas chores, will control the way you decorated the tree, you will be there when you will cook and arrange a new year party, and will definitely make you and your guests the company behind it. So the first rule is to be persistent. As if your pet was wagging her tail and ask to try a dish that you cook now, answer him with a refusal. Most dogs during the Christmas holiday are suffering from overeating, food poisoning and allergies.

Take care and festive eating. The dog may be curious as to what the balls it is decorated and whether you can eat fancy garland.

Tip # 2. For cotovelea. Here relevant all the same moments, and for dogs. But not to this extent. Cats are selective in the food.It is very important tactile sensations, so rarely a cat will eat both cheeks products from the table indiscriminately.

And with all this, a good part of the cat family will not miss the opportunity to eat smart, brilliant and rustling rain. Continue reading

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