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“Vandal dog”, “sawmill dog”, “terminator dog” – faced with such concepts? This is the name of dogs that gnaw everything and in two ways destroy toys. They have not only a great passion for chewing, but also incredibly strong jaws, under the pressure of which everything shatters into pieces. How to wean a dog to nibble everything and are there indestructible toys?
Absolutely all dogs love to chew. Chewing for them is a natural need and the best way to deal with boredom and stress. If the pet does not have special toys that he can nibble, personal belongings of the owners will go into the process.
The dog chews everything: what to do?
Some dogs are true chewing champions. They are ready to nibble everything in their path and simply cannot live without it. If your dog chews toys, as soon as you have time to offer them, congratulations, you are the owner of such a champion! Most likely, more than one pair of spoiled shoes reminds you of this. But do not rush to despair! Continue reading
In one of our articles, we talked about why dogs need toys. The more toys a pet has, the happier it is. However, it is not enough to purchase a few different models. It is important to choose the right ones! Our tips will help determine which toy to buy a dog.
Why are special toys needed?
“My dog enjoys playing with street sticks and rolls a children’s ball. She does not need special toys! ”, – such a statement can be heard from the newcomer owner. But experienced dog breeders and specialists from the zoosphere will answer in chorus that you only need to purchase toys from pet stores and only from trusted manufacturers.
Children’s toys and other items not intended for playing with the dog are dangerous to its health. Sticks from the street can be infected with parasites, pathogens and contain reagents. Continue reading
A dog is not just a fun playmate. This is a member of the family who has entrusted you with his health and life. The care for the well-being of the pet rests entirely with the owner. The well-being and quality of life of the pet depends on your attention and responsibility. Thus, neglect of preventive examinations by a veterinarian can lead to serious diseases. Many of them are insidious, and you may not notice symptoms until irreversible changes occur. A prime example is renal failure in dogs. Let’s talk about this in our article.
Renal failure – what is it?
Renal failure in dogs is a violation of kidney function, in which their excretory ability decreases or ceases. Most often, the disease occurs in dogs over the age of 5 years, but there are exceptions. To better understand the nature of PN, let’s talk about what tasks the kidneys perform. Continue reading