adapt and the pet may have
Dogs do not scratch wallpaper and furniture, like cats, and do not hunt the owner’s foot under the covers. Does this mean that they do not have to cut their claws? Let’s figure it out together!
Do dogs need to cut their nails?
Dog claws grow rapidly throughout their lives and need care no less than cat claws.
In the wild, the closest genetic relatives of the dogs take care of their paws themselves. Every day they travel great distances, and their claws come down on a hard surface in a natural way. But with pets, the situation is different. Continue reading
Any changes in the diet is a responsible decision, which must be agreed with a veterinarian. It is important not only to choose the right new food, but also to correctly transfer the pet to it. There are two ways to do this. Let’s talk about them in our article!
Why is the gradual transition to a new diet – is it so important? What will happen if the usual feed is immediately replaced by a new one?
Digestion features of dogs and cats
The digestive system of cats and dogs is designed in such a way as to “remember” food and to digest well those foods that the pet eats regularly. The body of the pet produces a certain set of enzymes that are needed for the digestion and assimilation of familiar foods. But with the introduction of a new product into the diet, these enzymes are no longer enough. Continue reading