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How to Talk to Your Dog in Three Steps

How to Talk to Your Dog in Three  Steps

Have you ever wondered what your dog was thinking? What he or she really say to you once they tilt their head that way? Or why they are doing certain things? While an animal psychologist might attempt to offer you evidence, it's never completely accurate. So why not just take a couple of minutes each day to find out the way to communicate together with your dog and obtain the answers straight from the horse's... um, dog's mouth? Before we get to the three simple steps you'll do to speak together with your pet, let's mention those doggie psychologists for a moment. Psychologists specialize in behavioral patterns and why we as humans do what we do. Animal psychologists do an equivalent, but we as humans know that psychology isn't so correct. So it stands to reason that doggie psychologists wouldn't be too right either. Besides, it isn't like they ask the dog to seek out out why they are doing what they are doing, i…

Five Secrets for Raising a Cat

Five Secrets for Raising a Cat

     Breeding a cat process is not simple and easy as you imagine. Before you bring this little creature home, you must know a lot of information about it, which helps you in the breeding process. In the next lines, the article will shed light on several important information for this purpose.

The Cat Age

     The first secret to recognize if you want to raise a cat is the cat age. When a cat is born, it needs its mother for a long time. It is better to start raising a cat older than 50 days.
The Cat Place
      The second secret which you should know before bringing your new pet is the cat place. It must be comfortable and wide because cats hate the tight and confined places; they hinder their movement and deprive them of playing and having fun. Do not forget to purchase a small bag to carry the cat out when you go out.

 Favorite foods for cats

     The third secret for raising a little cat or kitty is the favorite foods for cats. Cats' food varies according to their age and health. Luckily, cats can be accustomed to any type of food whether it is home food, canned food, or dried food. Young cats love milk very much, and it provides them with calcium, so do not hesitate to provide it for your little cat, but when it is pregnant, never provide the cat any milk because it may lead to its death. Cats also like meat, in all its forms, whether boiled, cooked or roasted, but never give raw meat to your cat because it may make them so ferocious that they can harm their owner in addition to this it may cause them some diseases. It is worth mentioning that a cat meal must contain an amino acid called “taurine” to maintain its eyes ‘color. It is also necessary to provide very clean water for your cat. However, the best person to determine the right food for them is the veterinarian.

The Cat Hygiene

      The fourth secret to for breeding a cat is cat hygiene. It is well known that cats are the cleanest animals; they always lick their fur with their tongue in order to clean it from any materials or dirt attached to it. The task of cat hygiene begins when it is aged six weeks old. The first thing to teach it is using the toilet, and this training is one of the most difficult exercises. The second thing to teach it is bathing once a week in the summer and only once a month in the winter. Do not bathe it when the weather is cold because it may cause its death. Another piece of advice is avoiding the use of normal shampoo for your cat because it exposes hair loss; use cats shampoo instead. Another common mistake made by cat owners is cutting its mustache. This act makes cats very upset, angry, and even depressed. Do not forget to trim and prune your cat’s nails regularly. If you do not know how to do this, you can visit the vet.

The Cat Health

     The last but not least secret you must know is the cat health. Cats, like humans, are exposed to many diseases. So, you must take them for vaccination and regular check-up. Vaccination starts from the fourth week of life and lasts until the sixteenth week. I would like to end this article by advising you that whenever you notice changes in your cat behavior, take it immediately to the vet. 


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