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Keep your cat indoors. Although by their nature, cats prefer the outdoors, cats can easily freeze in the winter. In addition, cats can transmit infectious diseases such as rabies, to other cats, dogs and pets.
During winter, cats often sleep under the hoods of cars. So special care must be taken when the engine starts, so that the cat is not injured or killed by the fan belt. A good measure is to hit the hood of the car with force before starting the engine. Read the rest of this entry »
Many people who can not have large animals in their homes choose their pet canaries. Some built their own “army” canary in their homes, getting to have several copies. But how can we know which ones are male and which are female?
It is quite difficult to distinguish. There are certain physical features of the canaries and behavior that can assist in the distinction, but they are not too reliable methods. It is best to wait until the mating season.
In that period, the male canary shows a bulge in the lower stomach (his genitals), but also can realize the kind of birds through his personality traits.
The female is very quiet and is devoted to patiently build the nest. For its part, the male is responsible for offering food in the form of courtship and defends the “harassment ” from other males showing an aggressive attitude.
To begin with advice from Cesar Millan, must be willing to be trained ourselves. If well as listening, understanding dog behavior, lies in understanding as we relate to them.
Cesar Millan’s advice, cover, puppy training, management of overactive dog, the treatment of anxiety, dog training just arrived home, canine aggression control, and management fears, both human and the dog.
Cesar Millan’s advice on puppy training starts with three basic lessons, exercise necessary for the proper growth of the puppy, the control of management discipline and affection. Once this stage the dog owner will know how to become a leader of the herd, take a walk with your dog without problems, understand the energies and develop a balanced lifestyle with your dog. Read the rest of this entry »