Some owners complain that dogs howl at night. Others themselves have never heard a howling pet, but disgruntled neighbors convince the opposite. Still others, returning from work, do not have time to open the door – as plaintive howls are already heard on the other side. Examples can go on and on. But there is only one problem – howl. Why does a dog howl at home or in the yard? How to deal with it? About this in our article.
Howling dogs can scare. Especially if it suddenly rings out in the middle of the night. We still remember the ancient signs that repeat: the dog howls unfortunately. But in practice, everything is much more prosaic. We list the main causes of “bad” behavior and suggest methods of dealing with them.
Why the dog howls: reasons
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Which is better: dry food or wet? This question is asked by every novice cat or dog breeder. Let’s figure it out together!
We all know the benefits of finished feed. They save us time, they are convenient to store and take with them on the road. Balanced diets are very tasty, and their composition is strictly balanced in accordance with the needs of the pet and no additional feeding is needed for the pet. In addition, there are special lines of feed for animals with special needs, medical diets, diets for babies and adults, etc. etc. In a word, high-quality prepared feeds are the solution for all occasions. It remains only to determine the type of feed and brand. So, there are wet and dry finished feed. Which ones are better?
Which food is better?
Which is better: dry food or wet?
Experts assure: the main thing is not the type of feed, but its composition. This is not to say that all wet foods are better than dry foods, and vice versa. Each species has its own advantages. In addition, do not forget about the tastes of the pets themselves. Some with great appetite eat dry food, while others agree only on fragrant canned food. Only you in the company with your pet can decide what is best for him. Continue reading
The rapid development of diagnostics and medicine has shown that liver diseases in cats and dogs are much more common than previously thought. In many cases, they accompany diseases of other organs: the stomach, intestines, and kidneys, and are not always diagnosed in a timely manner. Knowing the main symptoms and causes of liver problems will help the owner quickly respond and protect the health of the pet.
The liver is a kind of “filter” of the body, which is involved in all metabolic processes and eliminates toxic substances. She is responsible for the exchange of hormones, proteins, carbohydrates, fats and vitamins, produces bile for the digestion of food, and provides a protective function. Any abnormalities in the functioning of the liver are reflected throughout the body. However, unlike other organs, the liver has the ability to regenerate and has a huge reserve. In the event of a lesion, to one degree or another, it continues to fulfill its functions, and the initial stages of the disease are easy to miss. Continue reading