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The dog is a predator. Its gastrointestinal tract is adapted to digest animal protein (meat and meat products). All the conversations: they say, so many years next to a person, matured, accustomed, changed and became a vegetarian – are meaningless. There is indisputable evidence: a relatively large stomach, short intestines, a specific ratio of intestinal microflora, a limited set of enzymes – the dog inherited almost unchanged form from its closest relative – the wolf. And if the horse does not occur to anyone to feed meat, or, God forbid, pour diesel fuel into his beloved car with a gasoline engine (it will be covered!), Then dogs are often offered porridge and vegetables as the main diet. But it is precisely for this reason that our pets suffer from many chronic diseases. Continue reading
Progressive Retinal Degeneration (PRD / PRA) refers to a group of genetic (hereditary) retinal diseases that cause damage to the photoreceptor (photosensitive) retinal cells – rods and cones, leading to their degeneration and ultimately death.
The first signs of the disease that appear in the animal are a violation of twilight (night) vision, the affected animal is poorly oriented in the dark. Further, daytime vision is gradually deteriorating. Owners also pay attention to the constantly dilated, poorly responsive to the pupils of their pet. The dog’s eyes in the dark, instead of the usual bright green, begin to “glow” yellow or even silver. In some dogs with progressive retinal degeneration, bilateral cataract begins to develop, the owners notice that the dog’s eyes become white-blue, cloudy (this is especially noticeable with dilated pupils). These signs, depending on the early or late form of the disease, most often begin to appear at the age of 1 to 5 years, but the disease can manifest itself at any age. Continue reading
The dog lives with a person for so long that it has completely adapted to all his habits – good and bad. Labrador can be called an omnivorous animal and, in principle, it can eat everything that its owners eat, but is it good? If you want your Labrador to really shine with health – be prudent!
A Labrador needs regular and nutritious nutrition. The daily diet should include proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and trace elements, and in the right ratio.
The dry food assortment is presented by the companies: PRO PLAN, ROYAL CANIN, HILL’S, ACANA.
We recommend using PRO PLAN (Nestle Purina PetCare) PRO PLAN Puppy Sensitive puppy food with Continue reading