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Turning to a good breeder, we get not only a pet, but also a bunch of recommendations about its maintenance and care. We treat it differently. Some of us listen, others want to raise a pet on their own, without any outside interference. But the latter approach can lead to unpleasant consequences. In our article we will explain why and why you need to listen to the breeder.
You can and should listen to the breeder with one clarification. It must be a good experienced breeder whom you will trust. Such a breeder knows everything about the breed with which he works. He has raised many generations of pets and knows the answers to all your questions. Continue reading
When do German Shepherd ears rise? Do I need to help them? But what if only one ear rose? About this and much more in our article.
According to the breed standard, the ears of the German Shepherd are erect and spiky, set vertically and parallel to each other (not laid apart). Broken and drooping ears are unacceptable and belong to the defects of the exterior.
The exception is puppies up to three months! Their ears can be of almost all shapes and sizes: large, hanging, semi-standing, rickety, and it happens that there is only one ear. All this is normal and does not require special attention from the owner, except for a light daily massage of the auricle and providing the puppy with a balanced diet. Continue reading
Can a dog have a heat stroke? Is it sunny? What are their differences and how do they appear? How to provide first aid? And most importantly: how to protect a dog from them? Clearly and point by point we analyze these issues in the article.
What is heat stroke?
Heat stroke is a critical condition of the body arising from overheating. Several factors can lead to it: exposure to direct sunlight, being in a stuffy room and intense physical exertion in hot and humid weather. Overheating in the sun is called sunstroke, i.e. sunstroke is a type of heatstroke.
A heat stroke (including sun) can affect a dog of any breed and age. To do this, just spend five minutes in the scorching sun or stay for two minutes in a closed car. Continue reading