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Vet - Veterinary Dogs


Veterinary Dogs

Veterinary Dogs

Veterinarian Dogs: never think of doing without Unfortunately, it is customary to bring our pets to the vet only when really necessary. More visits are rare and sporadic, there is more nell'ambulatorio scenes comparable to those of children (and some adults) to the dentist. Not to mention that, what can occur in a waiting room of a clinic may not have limits, especially if the owners have no influence on the animals. To avoid these inconveniences would be necessary that the veterinarian would follow the animal as a kitten, becoming the second best friend of your dog.The positive aspects would cover not only get rid of those annoyances listed above, but from the beginning to have the presence of the veterinarian will grow even more as the best animal and above all, may arise if some disease, your vet will know better how having to do with the dog, in turn, will trust more to this new friend (like, on the other hand, you too).Alluding to those who are the nutritional needs of a dog, remember that the dog is considered "less" than carnivore and omnivore, compared to the cat. This is a legacy that dates back to the philological different kind of encounter that the dog and the cat they had with the human species. The relationship between man and dog as well as being the earliest, even if only slightly, it quickly becomes symbiont type, in the sense that both species is aware of the benefits achieved from the union.The type of power, slightly different between the dog and cat, is also linked to the anatomy of the dog: the dog's stomach capacity is significantly higher. The increased volume means that the dogs warn the satiety very late and therefore did not have the ability to adjust. In that proposed a council of veterinarians is to divide the needs (always calculated in a day and always to the vet) in at least two meals a day (two if they are, the better administer them evenly spaced in time: one in the morning and one in the evening).Another little tip is to pay attention to protein. The common belief of having to deliver only protein, as carnivores, is wrong, not only for the reasons mentioned above (ie that are not considered so strictly carnivores), but mostly because the dogs are more likely to encounter in disorders of the kidneys . This, and much more, will be further duty with your veterinarian.