You need to take into account if you want to take a cat or dog from a shelter? Important tips to future owners gives the representative Upstage the animal shelter Labās Mājas Lolita Rosa, in cooperation with the School owners of Purine.
1. First seriously weigh the pros and cons! In life you will have many important events: holidays, travel, wedding, birth, disease, education. But whatever happens, there will be one more important thing: you will be responsible for the animal, which you cannot betray. If you are aware of this and do not doubt your decision, then go ahead – you will succeed.
2. Be prepared to adapt! Together with the advent of four-legged pet in the house will be wool, sand, and possibly nibbled or scratched things and furniture. Taking the dog, every day, in any weather it needs a walk. In the case of cats every day you need to clean the litter box. The dog will need to train the cat to accept this for what it is. Sweet and calm. Naughty and harmful. But, believe me, it will pay off! The animal will give you a sea of positive emotions and sincere love.
3. Be prepared for the expense! Your pet needs quality nutrition. Cats need sand in the toilet, dogs before 1 July 2016 need to implant an electronic chip, the animals need zaregistrirovali there is annual fee. Animals should be vaccinated regularly, get rid of the worms, treating against parasites – will have to reckon with the cost of vet services. Continue reading
Ease of maintenance of Guinea pigs is one of the reasons of their popularity as Pets: they are also easy to keep in a Studio apartment as in a large house. Since Guinea pigs naturally live in packs, it is recommended to have multiple animals, but you can keep one animal and, if he will have enough “family time”. And this is only the beginning, want to know everything about these animals, our portal designed specifically for this, and if you need information You cannot find, you can always ask your questions to our experts.
All the most important thing about Guinea pigs
You bought a Guinea pig, brought it home, and in the near future anticipate a between You any warm feelings? As it is not so! A Guinea pig of those animals, whose trust must be won gradually and carefully.
You have made the decision to have a pet, and decided that it will probably be a Guinea pig. The reason for this is simple: pet rodents do not require as much attention as the traditional dogs and cats. It remains only to come to the pet store and choose their future pet.
Your family happened replenishment fluffy, happy, happy, endlessly played and admire milagrito. But here’s the thing: what do you call the animal?
There are many breeds of Guinea pigs. The Abyssinians, sockets, Rex… Among this variety I would like to especially highlight the breed called Teddy. Why? Learn by reading the article. Continue reading
At some point every kid definitely appeals to parents with a request to start a in the house dog or cat. But this is not always possible – do not allow the size of the apartment, my mom’s allergic. And let’s see what the psycho-emotional development of the child mean animals.
Man is part of nature, holding the mind. People came out of the animal Kingdom and have to attain harmony with the world completely different than animals. However, people from ancient times used the “instinctive adaptation” of animals: imitating their habits in hunting, in dancing, putting on their skins, bearing amulets with their image.
Animals, therefore, have always been an example of survival and adaptation to the surrounding world. helped the ancients survive.
The child’s relationship to the animal has many similarities with the attitude of ancient people to the animal. The child does not show even a trace of arrogance, which subsequently encourages the adult civilized man to separate the sharp feature of a private nature from any other animal. Without hesitation, the child gives the animal full equivalence (think “picture family”, where the dog has been a full and important member), his uncontrolled emotions he feels, perhaps, more akin to the animal than him seeming mysterious and incomprehensible to the adult.
Animals are very close to children, they easily identify themselves with them (“Hey, Mom, I’ll be your little doggy Friend?”), this allows you to build your own picture of the world, despite the concreteness of their thinking (remember Dasha Panther). Experiencing fear and anxiety in relation to parents and adults, children can transfer this attitude to animals, each of which has its symbolic meaning. Continue reading