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DOG HABITS

There are common habits and there are great habits, the habit that has most caught our attention has been that of a young Pomeranian named Dai. Every time Dai goes for a walk and urinates, instead of lifting his paw like the other dogs, he stands on his front legs and urinates doing the pine! In addition to being an artist, he demonstrates great intelligence, since by placing his upper hindquarters, the urine will impregnate areas that are higher and the next can that sniffed his territory, he will think that they are being seen with a larger dog than it really is and will be deterred from invading it. Another habit ...

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DO YOU UNDERSTAND THE BEHAVIOR OF YOUR PET?

Has it also happened to you that at some time of the night your cat, your puppy or your rabbit, begin to sprinkle like crazy throughout the house for no apparent reason? Or that you scratch your belly and your leg is out of control? Don't panic, your pet is "normal." The hyperactivity at night is due to the fact that the animals have peaks of activity of different intensity throughout the day, and at night, the peaks are usually more intense. In some cases, as in cats, it is usually associated with a stimulus for hunting, and in rabbits, as a survival instinct (which would explain why the first weeks at home sleep ...

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THE IMPORTANCE OF STIMULATING OUR PETS

There is no one like our pet to get the biggest smile of the day when we open the door on Tuesday when we return from work. It is a contagious happiness, which makes you forget all those roles that are still waiting for you ... a physical and emotional stimulus, which makes you feel better. Like us, our pets also need to be stimulated, and not only in the emotional emotional field, but also in the cognitive, mental and instinctive. In the latter, the main affected are the cats, since there is no culture of taking them out for a walk, most spend their lives inside a house without having contact with the outside beyond through the window ...

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HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR MASCOT IN SUMMER

Summer holidays are here! Motto nº1: the 3 Ds, rest, disconnect and enjoy! And with who better than with our most faithful companions, our pets. Take advantage of the short day to spend more time and lengthen our walks: but attention, you have to be careful with the high temperatures so you do not give them a heat stroke. It is preferable to shorten the rides between the 13: 00 and the 15: 00 in the afternoon and lengthen the first and last hours in which our friend will feel cooler and comfortable. So we also avoid possible burns on the pads of their legs by the heat accumulated in the ground. Fundamental always carry with us your bowl and a ...

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NATURAL AND RESPECTFUL TRAINING WITH THE ENVIRONMENT

Until now, teaching a puppy to relieve himself in one place until he is vaccinated and can go outside required a very high cost for the owner, that with any means possible had to make understand the dog that he could only pee in one place, a counter-intuitive pad, and with a suspicious resemblance to the carpet... However, the highest cost was for the planet. Only one of these pads takes approximately 200 years to decompose. In the best case scenario, a dog uses 1 pad daily for only 2 years of life, when he is a puppy and when he starts getting old, 730 pads in total. If we have...

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