Shedding in dogs
Owners of dogs of various breeds inevitably encounter molting. This is a completely natural process, taking place most noticeably in long-haired pets. Of course, no one likes shreds of wool…

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The first days of a dog from a shelter in your home
First of all, congratulations on having a dog! It doesn’t matter if you bought it or took it for free from the shelter. Consider in this article how to prepare…

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How to quickly remove fleas in a dog
Regardless of the conditions in which the dog lives (on the street or in the house), if she has fleas, it is impossible to postpone the treatment. Blood-sucking parasites serve…

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Dog Walking Rules

A dog in the house is a joy for every animal lover and his family members. But you should be aware that caring for a pet is accompanied by responsibility to society and the law. Today, often in yards, parks, on beaches and playgrounds, you can see dogs, even of very impressive sizes, that freely run in the wild without muzzles. It is only natural that this dangerous neighborhood causes the majority of citizens anxiety and indignation. And they can be easily understood, because even a well-educated four-legged family favorite, kind, gentle, obedient in the walls of a house, can behave unpredictably on the street. The dog is able to show sudden aggression caused by a random sharp movement of a passerby, an unusual smell, the unexpected appearance of a cat and other factors. This applies to all breeds, and especially those that are potentially dangerous to humans.
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We start the Yorkshire Terrier

The Yorkshire Terrier is a favorite of many dog ​​fans. He is adored for the fact that he knows his own worth, but also devoted to his masters, is quite compact, and he needs very little space. It is interesting to play with him, and watching is a real pleasure, because the dog is cute and very graceful. As with any pet, the Yorkshire Terrier must be looked after. There are several rules on how to do it right. In principle, this breed is quite unpretentious. Yorks do not care where they live: in a luxury mansion or small apartment. The main thing is that there are good and beloved hosts nearby.

Since the breed itself is not large in size, there is a danger that you can not notice the pet and accidentally step on it, causing harm. There is another caveat: when you want to caress this cutie, you need to measure the strength, because the miniature doggie is too fragile. Due to these nuances, dog handlers do not recommend acquiring the Yorkshire Terrier if there are small children in the house. Particular care must be taken with puppies. They are the most vulnerable. If you drop a still fragile York, the consequences can be the most sad. Continue reading

PUPPY FOOD RULES
Puppies of small and dwarf breeds have a number of significant features that must be considered when selecting feed. And this is not only a matter of small size: many…

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Ear mite in dogs
Ear tick in dogs and other animals leads to the development of otodectosis disease. If you skip the start of the infection, the process becomes chronic and threatening, up to…

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How to determine rabies in dogs?
Outbreaks of rabies epidemic claim the lives of many animals each year. Unfortunately, those who live in home and sterile conditions are also in danger. In some cases, rabies in…

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Shedding in dogs
Owners of dogs of various breeds inevitably encounter molting. This is a completely natural process, taking place most noticeably in long-haired pets. Of course, no one likes shreds of wool…

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