Geschichten aus der Dog Care Clinic – Teil 2

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Trailer Dog Care Clinic e.V. – Sri Lanka (Trailer 2012)

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Amazing Dog Training Man – New Baby & Dog Tips

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All About My Dog – Marimo

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Why Neutering and spaying Is Important

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Many dog owners are usually hesitant when it comes to spaying their pet. This is attributed to the fact that, most pet owners fear that spraying is painful. For other pet owners, the actual benefits of neutering are not known.  For others, it is feared that the cost may be too high. However, these two procedures are quite important as they have several advantages.  Also worth noting is the fact that the procedures are relatively low, considering the several benefits that one gets to enjoy over time.

So, What Exactly Is Neutering and of What Importance Is It to A Dog?

Neutering is primarily defined as a surgical procedure that aims at removing the male dog’s testicles. Spraying on the other hand is defined as the surgical amputation of reproductive organs of a female dog.  Worth noting is the fact that both operations are usually carried out when the pet is under anesthesia. The length of the procedure is dependent on size, age as well as health of the dog.

ü      These procedures have several advantages. For one, they help a dog live a healthier and longer life. In addition, spaying and neutering helps to eliminate some health problems that may be quite expensive to treat.

ü      If you are worried about the dog getting mammary cancer, then spaying is inevitable. This is for the reason that, spaying a dog before its first estrous cycle reduces the chances of mammary, ovarian as well as uterine cancer.

ü      Spaying a dog also helps in eliminating the heat cycle. This eliminates the probability that unwanted dogs will visit your home

ü      Neutering on the other hand is important if one want to reduce the chances that the dog will suffer from testicular cancer.

ü      For the community, these procedures help to get rid of stray dogs that may be a threat to wildlife as well as birds.

ü      To come to a conclusion, neutering and spaying helps to stop irresponsible breeding. As a matter of fact, such breeding is the root cause of most dangerous dot attacks and bites.

Street Dog Care Nepal and Planet K9

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Happy Dog Care’s Happy Days

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Training An Australian Cattle Dog – Tips To Deal With Biting

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Understanding Aggressive Behavior in Dogs

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Sometimes you may find your dog behaving in ways you don’t understand. A dog may change behavior due to a number of things. Some behaviors in dogs may be attributed to certain breeds. For instance there are breeds that are naturally aggressive. You have to know what to attribute your dog’s behavior to. This will help you deal with it. For instance, when you dog is angry, he can get aggressive. An aggressive dog may be dangerous for the people around. You have to know how to calm your dog down. You may find instances when a dog gets so aggressive that it has to be put down. You must avoid this if you can.

A dog may turn aggressive for many reasons. You have to known which is which. Sometimes, it may just be playing around. Aggressiveness in a dog may be due to pain. When your dog is hurt, it may get very aggressive. Your dog may have an injury that is fueling the aggression. Older dogs may also get aggressive to avoid feeling vulnerable. A dog may also get aggressive to be territorial. When it’s trying to mark and protect its territory, a dog gets aggressive. This is one of the reasons that dogs make good protectors. A female dog in the reproductive stage has tendencies of aggression. A female dog in heat can get very aggressive.

Each case will determine how you deal with the aggression. If your dog is hurt, you have to calm him down before tending to the injury. Territorial aggression can be solved with dominance. Establish some sort of dominance over your dog. This is to keep him from going too far trying to defend you. You can spay your female dog before the age of six months. This is to avoid having to deal with her in heat. You must be able to tell when your dog’s aggression is getting out of hand. Sometimes, you may even need to call in your vet.

My Dog Isn’t The Smartest Part 2 (ORIGINAL)

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Learn More about Rules

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Knowing about the rules that governs keeping a dog is very important. It enables you to avoid legal tussles with the authorities in your area. In many places, there are councils that regulate keeping of dogs. They aim at keeping places where they are kept dog-friendly environments. They do this by ensuring that places where dogs are kept are not turned into dog nuisance places. If dogs are left uncontrolled, they can be a nuisance to people living in the neighborhood, endanger people, wildlife and themselves. To avoid this, these councils ensure that dogs that individual keeps are registered.

In most places, animal shelter departments are in charge of regulating dogs in different places. They collect stray dogs that are found in the streets and other places. They also ensure that individuals keeping dogs pay registration fees. This has ensured that there are no stray dogs in different parts of the world. In addition, if one wants to keep two dogs and above, they are required to get a permit for them. In most places, the maximum number of dogs that one is allowed to keep is four. This ensures that there are no many dogs than a place can accommodate.

Basically, although keeping dogs is a hobby for many people, there is a cost to incur. This is because apart from paying for the permit, one has to feed the dog on the right food. This is because for a dog to be happy and healthy it must be fed on the right food. Feeding a dog on chocolate and foods that are rich in fat will lead to gastrointestinal problems. As such, it is crucial that you take your pet for regular checkup to a vet. These will recommend the right foods to feed your dog on and the amount.