Cats are natural beauty and grace, they are independent and have their own character. These animals will live in the house from 8 to 17 years. Before you get a cat . ask yourself:
How much time can I devote to the cat?
Although the cat is self-sufficient and able to enjoy society, she feels like an equal member of Your family. It will need Your attention and companionship, and hygiene care.
The conditions in which the cat will live?
For cats no matter where she lived – the room, apartment or a big house, but she needs her own corner where she could hide and rest. – How much money can I spend on a cat? First, you need to consider:
The cost of a kitten
The cost of daily feeding
The cost of veterinary services Continue reading
If you decide to have a pet but can’t decide whom to give the preference, then this article is for you. As a breeder-enthusiast can say that the selection of a pet, not an easy thing. You need to consider their pace and style of life, the amount of time spent at home, and want time to spend on your pet. In addition, the animal should choose into account your temperament and character.
For someone best friend is becoming a playful dog, and for someone and a silent fish. In effect, their employment, we cannot always give due attention and to create proper conditions for your pet. Moreover, many unknowingly, have not calculated their strength, give birth to the other. Try to figure out what to expect, and who better to get you.
If you want to get a dog
Undoubtedly, the dog is man’s best friend! Her devotion and loyalty is simply no limit. If you become her master, she will be your companion for the rest of your life. But, the breeding and keeping dogs requires a lot of commitment.
Especially big breeds. In order for your Rottweiler or St. Bernard grew up obedient dog, you need to nurture it since a puppy.
I think you can imagine the ill-mannered dog, with round eyes running forward, dragging the owner – is at least scary. Malenkieludi also require a lot of attention, sometimes even larger than large. If a longhaired dog, it needs grooming.
It is necessary systematically to comb, wash and trim. In addition, dogs with a rich head of hair need special nutrition to their hair looked healthy. In addition, the dog needs a walk at least twice a day. If you still decide to get four-legged friend, be prepared for the fact that the first four months you will have to see on your favorite carpet puddles, and not only, as in the period of education can suffer your favorite furniture. Do not succumb to the entreaties of their children to get a dog, if you are not willing to participate in her upbringing. Continue reading
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