Couple of Facts about Hamster that You should know

Posted on June 16, 2017 in Uncategorized by

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Breeding

Hamsters become sexually mature as young as four weeks, so make sure that females and males have been accurately sexed and separated – pet shop staff or the breeder should manage to show you the difference between the genders. You cannot be sure you have not purchased a pregnant hamster if they’re not confident.

Feeding

A commercial hamster mix is an excellent basis for its diet. Hamsters also like little pieces of fresh fruit and veggies, like a little sprig of cauliflower or a slice of apple. Thus don’t give them too many green vegetables because they will rot hamsters hoard food within their beds. Remove all uneaten foods daily.

Physical features

A hamster’s entrance teeth, like those of other rodents, always grow so they must gnaw to keep them in shape. Fresh water must always be accessible from a free- access drinking bottle fastened to the cage. Check this daily to shift the water and also to see that it has not become blocked.

Keeping food in cheek pouches can on occasion lead to problems. It could be because their pouches may also be sometimes pierced by sharp pieces of foods, and this can sometimes trigger an infection. In that case antibiotics may be needed, but remember – always seek veterinary advice.

It’s beneficial to understand that hamsters have scent glands on opposite sides of the flanks, which could look like small, dark patches. These are normal. However, in case you are at all worried about your hamster’s well-being, do consult with a vet.

Housing

You have to suit the vague to the type of your hamster. For example, Dwarf Winter White Russians have become small and compact, measuring only 3-1/2″ to 4″ as full grown adults. An aquarium is usually a safer housing choice than the usual wire cage because they are so tiny. The typical life span of a Dwarf Winter White Russian hamster is about 2 years. On the other hand, Syrian hamster is much bigger and he won’t escape from the majority of available cages. However, you need to be sure that the bar spacing in your cage is not bigger than 1/2 inch for Syrian and 5/16 inch for dwarf hamster.

Cat people are smarter than dog people

Posted on June 16, 2017 in Uncategorized by

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We love to divide the world into two clean columns. Everything has to be black or white, healthy or deadly, etc. There are introverts and extroverts. There are those who love Renaults and Citroens. But we all know that most of the time, the world is more complex than this, and it’s better to rethink things from more than one perspective, to see the reality of what it really is.

Cat owners score higher on intelligence than dog lovers. The researchers surveyed 600 students, asking them questions about their personality, and also whether they would identify themselves as dog lovers or cat lovers. Moreover, a previous 2010 study claims that cat owners are also more educated than dog owners.

Luckily, there are some findings that show the strengths of dog owners like this one. In the study Dog people were described as being more energetic, outgoing, lively, and follow the rules more closely. Moreover, dog people value the companionship of their pet, while cat owners like the affection.

All this makes sense, people who are better educated tend to work more and they can’t afford to take a walk with the dog as much as it needs. Cat suits better people who value peace and quiet, who rather choose the evening at home than a crazy night with friends.

Deer Antler Dog Treats

Posted on June 13, 2017 in Uncategorized by

Most people wouldn’t think about giving their dogs antlers to chew on, but they are actually delicious and nutritious treats that most canines absolutely love. Of course, pet stores are overloaded with dozens of choices when it comes to dog treats, but none of them are as natural as deer antlers. Here we’ll take a closer look at deer antler dog treats and reveal how to safely use them.

Why Deer Antlers Are Good Dog Treats

The fact is that many animals hunt out shed deer antlers in the woods for their nutritional value. Squirrels, foxes, coyotes, pigs, and mice are just a few of the many animals that consume antlers in the wild. Because of this, you can rest assured that its a healthy and nutritious snack that your dog is sure to enjoy.

So, just what exactly do deer antlers contain? In addition to large amounts of calcium, they also contain a number of beneficial vitamins, many of which aren’t found in traditional dog food. The primary benefit that comes from your dog eating antlers is the calcium they contain, as it helps strengthen their bones and teeth.

How To Give Your Dog Antler Treats

Obviously, you don’t want to give a full rack of antlers to your dog, but instead, you should chop them up into smaller pieces. If you have some antlers, take a hacksaw or skill saw and cut them into 3 to 4-inch size pieces. Once you’ve chopped them up, place them in a large container and occasionally give them to your dog one at a time. Depending on how fresh they are and from what species of deer they came from, it may take your dog a week or longer to finish one.

Although antler treats are safe to consume, you should still supervise your dog while they are enjoying this all-natural treat. Unfortunately, there’s always a chance your dog can choke or get a piece lodged in their throat. This is a risk with anything your dog eats, antlers and rawhide treat included. If you’re about to leave the house to go run errands, make sure that you don’t leave your dog with an antler treat.

Moderation is the key to allowing your dog enjoy their deer antler treats. If you allow them to have too many, it could potentially upset their stomach, so try to keep it limited to once per week at the most.

Puppy Training Information

Posted on June 12, 2017 in Uncategorized by

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Many people are not prepared to handle the amount of puppy training that must done when you decide to bring a puppy into your home. The amount of time and effort you spend on puppy training during the first week of pet ownership is absolutely imperative and can have a dramatic effect on how well your puppy behaves and learns proper behavior in the future. Before you bring your puppy home and start puppy training, you want to make sure you are prepared and have purchased the proper equipment to make the puppy comfortable.

Items such as a collar, leash, dog bed, food, feeding bowls and other accessories such as those should all be purchased before the puppy comes home or relatively soon after. Another very important component to puppy training is setting up a clear schedule for when and who will take care of the puppy. Taking it on walks, feeding it, or even just playing with the puppy should be discussed in depth so that there is no confusion later.

Puppy training should be fun for everyone, both for the owners and the puppy. Do not make it a punishment. Your puppy will learn much more and much faster if they actually enjoy puppy training. It should not be seen negatively by your puppy.

There are many different schools of thought in regards to puppy training. Some people believe that you shouldn’t start until they are 4-6 months old, and some people believe that once the puppy is a month old you can slowly start the puppy training. No matter what age you start any puppy training program, you want to make sure that you are always patient and willing to take whatever time it takes for your puppy to learn how to behave in an expected manner.

As stated earlier, the first week or first few days are some of the most important days during puppy training. Everyone is very enthusiastic and your puppy is probably very happy to be in a new place with people who care about it. Everyone who comes in contact with the puppy will want to pick it up and hold it as if it were a little baby, even though it actually is still a baby. Certain behaviors that puppies do like jumping up on people are easily deterred at this point and can save a lot of trouble in the future. If you notice any bad behaviors, you will want to redirect that behavior as much as possible while the dog is still new to your home.

Puppy training as they get older can become more and more difficult because their behavior patterns become more and more stable and ingrained.
Remember to always be kind and enthusiastic during puppy training. Your pet has recently been removed from her mother and litter mates. It may be very lonely and miss all of them a great deal. In essence, your puppy will be very vulnerable emotionally and you do not want to hurt them with negative puppy training. There is a lot of literature available on the internet about puppy training and although you cannot possibly read all of it, becoming more educated on the subject is always a wise decision.