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What you need to know to buy healthy pet

A huge disappointment is virtually guaranteed to anyone who decided to get a dog or cat, yielded to impulse and bought the animal knows where. Read more ”

A huge disappointment is virtually guaranteed to anyone who decided to get a dog or cat, yielded to impulse and bought the animal knows where with hands and closely inspected the pet. How to do it right and get only pleasant emotions?

A huge disappointment is virtually guaranteed to anyone who decided to get a dog or cat, yielded to impulse and bought the animal knows where with hands and closely inspected the pet. How to do it right and get only pleasant emotions?

Guest in Studio – VICTORIA POHVALINA, the expert-felinolog

– We decided to take the kitten or puppy home. Where to start?

– The decision should be weighed. If someone toys family members are not satisfied with the issue of purchasing a puppy or kitten, it is probably better to refuse it. Because it’s not a toy, if someone in the family will love pet, then you will create discomfort for myself and the animal. Continue reading

The Japanese Bobtail

The Japanese Bobtail is a symbol of power and strength together with grace and elegance. A distinctive feature of the Bobtail cat has a short tail. Due to the fluffy fur he looks like a fun pompom, but actually consists of bends, creases or spirals of various shapes. Most often this strange tail sticking up or bent, as in mongrels.

The cat belongs to the Oriental type cats. Very similar to the Oriental cats. Representatives have flexible and slim body with long fluffy tail. The coat, without undercoat of medium length, smooth and soft to the touch. Despite elegantly slim leg, they are quite strong and long. Foot of small size, rounded shape.

The eyes are mostly blue or green. But the color meets the most different: cream color, tabby, smoke and others. The nature of cats characteristics of curiosity and sociability, do not conflict with other animals.

Exotic Shorthair cat breed can boast a rich and long history – they live in palaces and served as a luxury item for high-ranking persons. Such cats are called “Persians for the lazy”. But an exotic breed perfectly fits in the modern dynamic rhythm of life, as not all have enough time to care long hair. Today, this breed is very popular not only because of the round shapes,thick furry coat and a puppet appearance, but also because of the strong and independent character. Continue reading

Everything you wanted to know about Guinea pigs.

Brief information for beginners vinkovatov.

Basic facts about Guinea pigs

The name “Guinea pig” consists of two parts, the “sea” and “pig.” Why it was named so weird. The first part of the “sea” most likely indicates that pigs were brought from beyond the sea, therefore, most likely, they were called, “overseas”, then simplified to “sea”.

The second part of “pig” indicates that this name was given probably because of the similarity of the sounds issued by pigs and rodents. Learn more about the origin of the name can be found here .

The average life expectancy of Guinea pigs at home is 5-7 years.

Guinea pigs can make a variety of sounds: whistling rumbling grumbling noise, the clicking teeth, etc.

Another interesting fact about the behavior of Guinea pigs is the ability to bounce sharply. In English it is called “popcorning” because she hops like a corn which becomes popcorn. Continue reading

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