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Pets Saami

In Lapland, as domestic cattle do not use horses, because they are absolutely meaningless to life in the climatic conditions of the area. If we talk about other animals – large horned and small cattle, occasionally the Sami people are buying goats, cows or sheep on the warm summer season in order to consume their milk. In winter, they have to cut into the meat and fur, because to feed the cattle and care for him very problematic.

Traditionally, important for the residents of the Lapland animals, which are not found outside the country are the reindeer “rangiferi”. It’s a Latin name of a deer appeared from the Swedish word “rengi”, “rangi”, which are often on a par with say “rheen” to understand what people are saying about Northern reindeer. The word rangi or raengi not of Sami origin, as the reindeer-means is called “Herki” or “Puatze”.

The main difference between reindeer can is that on his head instead of two, is three horns. I mean of course not that the third horn growing out of my head, no. This is the offshoot that grows from the horns. It happens that the horns in the deer – four. That is, from kathipara grows forward through the process. This characteristic reindeer and one of the main differences it from others.

On the horns of a reindeer is down, this becomes especially noticeable in the time of their shifts. In addition, the reindeer is distinguished by the fact that his legs are much shorter than the average deer and a little thicker. We can say that the feet of a deer similar to mad cow. Hooves they also round and split in two, as can be seen in bulls.

The color of the reindeer differs from the usual, mostly it is grey with an ashy shade. White spots are on the sides, on the withers and belly of the animal. At the bottom of the neck reindeer grow long enough hair, as can be seen, for example, a goat. But it cannot be called ruminants, like deer – artiodactyls. These are wild animals, live in herds, and still they can be found in the woods or on the field of Lapland. Tamed offspring could be called Pets, they are docile, kind and obedient. Lapland they quietly and peacefully grazing on pasture in large herds. Continue reading

Disposal of corpses allowed

For many pet owners their Pets are family members. Of course, the death of a pet is a significant moral injury. Most people try to give their Pets the proper send-off and to bury them. However, the disposal and any other disposal of dead domestic animals within the city prohibited by law. Of course, the pet owner may choose the remote location in the woods, in the country or elsewhere, or to seek the services of specialized service.

In Europe distributed thermal method of animal corpse disposal. This procedure is quick, safe and inexpensive. But in Russia it is still not really popular, and many people just don’t know what to do when their pet died. Common ways are the animals funeral in a nearby Park or square, but not uncommon for the corpses of pet dogs and cats were thrown into the street bins for domestic waste in pits or ravines.

Adverse effects of burial of corpses allowed

In addition, such a disposal of an animal carcass is a violation of the law, it also causes significant harm to the environment. In a very long time the process of decomposition and putrefaction are formed pathologically dangerous microorganisms, some of which logovisual in the soil for decades. Mixing with other waste, waste and rain water decomposition products to form dangerous to humans compounds – poisons and carcinogens. They gradually penetrate into the groundwater, which in turn spread throughout the ecosystem. Disposal of carcasses of cattle near to the places of residence and recreation may lead to serious risk of development of viral and infectious diseases. Continue reading

Traveling by train with your pet

If you cannot imagine your trip without your pet, or the circumstances are such that you need room to train the animal, you need certainly to prepare for this voyage, the journey was not for you and for the animal drama.

Rules of transportation by train all kinds of small animals and birds admit of the above categories for transportation in all cars, except SV, and except for transportation in cars of the raised comfort. For the transport of animals you can use cages, containers, baskets that are placed on the ground for hand Luggage.

The weight of the animal determines the cost of the ticket on the train for him: for animal weight up to 20 kg the owner buys a ticket for 20 kg of Luggage, and if the animal weighs more than 20 kg, then the payment on actual weight. On commuter trains animals you can carry by buying them a ticket to the suburban ticket office.

When transported in the train of large animals weighing over 20 kg must be complied with certain rules. Dogs must be muzzled, must have a leash, train ticket, a veterinary reference. Such animals can be transported in the cargo compartment in the specially adapted containers, and required the presence of chaperones that will be in the same car. In addition to the Luggage compartment,large animals may be transported outside the vestibule, which is usually in the first behind the locomotive the wagon, under the supervision of chaperones.

When transporting animals in the train, the owner must have, in addition to the ticket on the train for the animal veterinary certificate and passport, which must be stamped on vaccinations. Continue reading

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