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  1. 9 DOG BREEDS THAT RARELY NEED TO VISIT THE VET Nowadays dogs are part of our families, and as members of the family, we want the best for them. All dogs suffer from diseases at one point in their lives, but some are more prone to illnesses than others A dog can’t be 100% healthy throughout its lifetime, but if you are looking for dogs that are more resilient, read along for a comprehensive list. AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD The Australian Shepherd, commonly known as the Aussie, is one of the healthiest dogs. However, it’s known to be prone to diseases like Epilepsy but generally, they can maintain a healthy lifestyle for a long time. They are highly active dogs that are eager to please and love physical activity. When trained well, fed well and exercised regularly, they can live up to 15 years. GERMAN SHEPHERD The German shepherds are some of the most common dog breeds, being used in many departments such as the security department They are also commonly known for being protective of their owners as well as being loyal. They are a very energetic dog, and when fed correctly and exercised regularly, they can live for more than 10 years. ALASKAN MALAMUTES This is one dog known for its strength and it’s mainly found in cold areas such as Alaska. It has a lifespan of about 10 years when taken care of. They do have some health issues that are hereditary such as the Cataracts, and Hip Dysplasia. Just like I mentioned above, being a healthy dog doesn’t mean it doesn’t have some health issues, it means that the dog is capable of living and appearing healthy despite the illness. BERGAMASCO This dog is famous for its dreadlocks, but it’s also a very friendly dog. It originated in the Italian Alps where it was used for herding and has continued to be adopted in other departments and the famous dog shows. This dog is known to have very few health issues. However, not much research has been done about this dog to know the facts about the health issues it’s prone to. However, based on fist and information from witnesses, Bergamasco has few health issues and can live up to 13 years. PHARAOH HOUND This dog has not gained much popularity, but it has been around for a very long time. It originated in Malta as a rabbit hunting dog. The existence of this dog has also been traced back 2000 years ago, in Egypt, since it’s similar to the dogs drawn in the Egyptian caves. Since it has not become very popular, this dog boasts of a pure breed that hasn’t been interfered with by the introduction of new genes. Therefore, Pharaoh hound is free of genetic diseases. They have a few health issues and can live up to 14 years. ROTWEILLER They are known as some o the largest dogs among all breeds. Despite being large, they are friendly and protective of their owners. However, due to their strength, they are not made for everyone Rottweillers are some of the healthiest dogs. However, they are prone to Hip Dysplasia, and a few Genetic diseases. They can live for up to 10 years. WHIPPET Whippet is a dog of the Sighthound group and its existence is traced back to England. They are quite popular since they participate in sports. The only health issue that the Whippet has is Arrhythmia, the disruption of the heart’s heartbeat rate. They are very energetic and active and are known to move briskly. Their physical activity prevents them from acquiring diseases related to too much body fat. CANAAN DOG The Canaan dog is best known for its friendliness to humans. However, it’s not good with kids and doesn’t entertain strangers. They are very healthy dogs with very few health issues. They occasionally suffer from Epilepsy, hip Dysplasia, Luxating Patela, but this doesn’t prevent them from maintaining a healthy body for more than 10 years. IBIZAN HOUND The Ibizan Hound portrays a lean body shape and it’s very strong and athletic. This dog breed is also very entertaining and friendly. They are also known for their numerous escape tactics. They have very few health issues including allergies, seizures. Like many other dogs of this build, they are sensitive to barbiturate Anesthesia. This is due to low-fat contents in their bodies. CONCLUSION These dog breeds are some of the healthiest, some have some health issues but they can still live for a long time despite these issues. However, it’s important to note that even though you have a healthy dog, proper care is important. You should also be careful when purchasing these dogs; irresponsible breeding has led to the introduction of diseases to some dog breeds that are thought to be healthy.
  2. Do you know your pup’s normal body temperature? Ever wondered why your dog feels cozy and warm on chilly nights? You will be surprised to realize that your dog’s normal internal temperature is higher than your own. As a dog owner, it is important to learn how to take your dog’s temperature and to know what is normal and what is not. Knowing how to take your dog’s temperature is crucial because it will determine whether the dog is sick or not. It may also make you detect illness early so that you initiate a prompt treatment. This could prevent his condition from getting worse. While you can always rely on a thermometer to take your dog’s temperature, it is advisable that you know how to do it even without one. This is how to go about it; Use a Rectal Thermometer A rectal thermometer is widely accepted among scientists. It is the best one to use while measuring the internal temperature of your dog. Although this might not be the most humorous part of a dog’s owner, it is the most accurate method to use in finding the actual body temperature. This can usually be done in less than a minute while using a digital thermometer. So it doesn’t sound so bad. When using a rectal thermometer, use some petroleum jelly to lubricate the end of the thermometer. Because most dogs hate having their rare ends manipulated, it’s advisable that you get another person to help hold your dog. It should be a person that the dog likes and can talk to him soothingly. . Let the person place one arm around the dog’s neck and the other arm under the dog’s belly, gently hugging the dog against his or her own body. Ensure you lift the tail out of the way and gently insert the thermometer about an inch into your dog’s anus. Press the start button and wait for about 30 seconds for the beep signaling completion. Remove the thermometer, clean it and read the temperature. A temperature of 100.5⁰ to 102⁰ F is normal. by measuring the infra-red heat waves emitted from the eardrum. You should place the thermometer into the horizontal ear canal to get an accurate reading. The normal ear temperature of a dog is 100⁰ to 103⁰ Fahrenheit. Note that ear thermometers when not used properly can be less accurate. You can as well check your dog’s temperature even without a thermometer. This may happen when there’s an urgent issue with your dog and you can’t access the thermometers in good time. Here is how you would go about it; Feel Your Dog’s Paws and Ears with the Back of Your Hand You can use your body part that is more sensitive to heat, like your cheeks or the back of your hand. A dog with a high body temperature usually feels hot on their paws and ears. If the temperature feels hotter than your own, then it could be an indication that your dog isn’t feeling well. Feel the Armpits and the Groin Area Dogs just like humans can have their armpits and groin area feel warm when they have a fever. This is because these areas have lymph nodes that contain immune cells that fight infections. Whenever there is an infection, the lymph nodes become filled with antibodies making the area feel warmer than the other parts of the body. Besides, these parts are rather exposed because they lack fur. This makes it easy to assess your dog’s temperature. Feel the Dog’s Nasal Area It is normal for a dog’s nose to become dry when laying out under the sun or exercising. A dog’s nose can be dry because of dehydration; this is quite dangerous for canines. If your dog’s nose is warm, dry and a greenish discharge is coming out, he may be suffering from an infection. When fever is present, the dog might be having inflammation or suffering from an upper respiratory system. The Final Thought Taking your dog’s temperature may seem easy. However, you need to ensure that you do it properly. You can use a thermometer to give you accurate measurements. If you can’t access any, then feel free to feel your dog’s body temperature with the back of your hands. Be sure to distinguish fever from normal temperature. If your dog’s temperature falls below 99⁰ F or rises above 103⁰ F, you should visit your vet immediately. For more follow up Pet Blogish.
  3. Szukam handlera do wystawienia mojej suczki rasy nowofundland na wystawie w Sopocie,która odbędzie się 14, 15 sierpnia 2010.
  4. Sladami_Melci

    Dziwne objawy po kleszczu!!!

    Hejka mam suczkę (kundelek) ma 2 lata i 5 miesięcy, wabi się Mela około 1-2 miesicy temu miała kleszcza oczywiście wraz z moim tatą pojechaliśmy do weta żeby go wyciągnął i niedawno zauważyłam że w tym miejscu gdzie miała kleszcza (tył ucha) zaczela jej wypadać sierść (jeszcze troche a będzie łysa plamka), skóra w tym miejscu strasznie się łuszczy i caly czas ma strupka (w tym miescu co był kleszcz) przestraszyłam się i nie wiem czy tak się robi, czy oznacza to jakoś chorobę! To był pierwszy kleszcz Melki a ja jestem pierwszy raz właścicielką psa i poprostu nie wiem czy powinnam sie martwić. Z góry dziękuję.
  5. Żeby móc się od czasu do czasu pochwalić moim maleństwem a tym samym nie zaśmiecać Chrustkowego [*] wątku (http://www.dogomania.pl/forum/threads/196675-Chrustek-i-Lola) to zakładam nową galerię. Mój wymarzony Dogo Canario. Mulder Hava Nagilla FCI urodzony 07.05.2012r w szczecińskiej hodowli. Jeszcze w rodzinnym domu (zdjęcie pożyczone ze strony hodowli) Rodzice I smrodek :)
  6. chainsav_lady

    Fundacja "Ratujemy Dogi"

    Fundacja "Ratujemy Dogi" Sosnowiec KRS: 0000402255 Regon: 242781493 NIP: 644 349 82 61 Nr konta bankowego: 47 1050 1360 1000 0023 5899 5872 KIM JESTEŚMY I CO ROBIMY? Fundacja "Ratujemy Dogi" powstała by nieść pomoc porzuconym dręczonym i niechcianym Dogom Niemieckim. Z posiadanych przez nas środków organizujemy wszechstronną pomoc dla Dogów i psów w typie Doga Niemieckiego. Opłacamy hotele, leczymy, sterylizujemy i szukamy nowych domów. I na to zbieramy fundusze. Jesteśmy organizacją charytatywną. Fundacja zrzesza ludzi, którzy z poświęceniem i kosztem swojego prywatnego życia pomagają zwierzętom. Pracują bez wynagrodzenia, zapłatą jest merdający ogon, uśmiech na twarzy nowego Właściciela oraz zdjęcia z nowego domu, na których widać szczęście Zwierzęcia i Domowników. Działamy pod nadzorem Ministra Ochrony Środowiska. Pomagamy Psom, które w wyniku nieszczęśliwego losu, zbiegu okoliczności lub innych powodów straciły dom. Poszukujemy dla nich miejsca, w którym będą mogły być szczęśliwe do końca swoich dni. Zanim jednak taki dom się znajdzie, zapewniamy im opiekę weterynaryjną, karmę, niejednokrotnie leczenie i dom tymczasowy, w którym Zwierzęta dochodzą do równowagi psychicznej i fizycznej. Nie prowadzimy schroniska dla zwierząt. Psy, którymi się opiekujemy, przebywają tymczasowo w naszych domach i w domach wolontariuszy lub w hotelikach dla zwierząt. MOŻESZ NAM POMÓC Te Psy są już bezpieczne Jednak w ich miejsce stale pojawiają się kolejne. Abyśmy mogli działać dalej, potrzebujemy Twojej pomocy. Jeśli jesteś wrażliwy na krzywdę Zwierząt, a w szczególności Dogów możesz: Wesprzeć nas finansowo Dzięki uzyskanym środkom możemy leczyć naszych podopiecznych, kupić karmę, opłacić hotel dla psów, realizować daleki transport. Dogi, które do nas trafiają często są mocno zaniedbane i wymagają specjalistycznej opieki weterynaryjnej, bez pieniędzy nie jesteśmy w stanie ich leczyć! Jeśli możesz, wpłać choć złotówkę, dla nas każdy grosz jest ważny, brak funduszy uniemożliwia nam działanie... Dane do wpłat: FUNDACJA RATUJEMY DOGI Sosnowiec Konto bankowe: 47 1050 1360 1000 0023 5899 5872 z dopiskiem "DLA DOGÓW" A dla przelewów zagranicznych: IBAN PL47 1050 1360 1000 0023 5899 5872 SWIFT INGBPLPW To nasze "dogowe" konto, z którego pokrywamy wszelkie wydatki. Pełne dane tu: http://www.ratujemydogi.org/pomoc.html Zostać Domem Tymczasowym Potrzebujemy osób, które na czas szukania domu dla zwierzaka mogą przygarnąć doga pod swój dach. Dog niemiecki bardzo źle znosi samotność, a co za tym idzie pobyt w kojcu, dlatego takie domy tymczasowe są dla nas bezcenne! Podczas pobytu psa w domu tymczasowym wszelkie koszty związane z utrzymaniem i leczeniem psa, pokrywa fundacja. Rozpaczliwie potrzebujemy osób które dadzą na jakiś czas, kawałek swego domu oraz serca. Pomóc w transporcie Potrzebujemy osób w różnych rejonach kraju które zaoferują transport dla naszych dużych podopiecznych. Często zdarza się tak, ze dobry dom dla psa, znajdujemy setki kilometrów dalej i trzeba zwierzaka dowieźć. Często również przeprowadzamy adopcję "zdalnie". Mając siedzibę na Śląsku nie jesteśmy w stanie zapewnić Zwierzęciu transportu np. na wybrzeżu. Adoptować Psa wirtualnie Jeśli nie możesz przygarnąć zwierzaka na stałe, a chcesz pomóc, możesz adoptować wirtualnie. Wirtualny opiekun, poza comiesięcznymi wpłatami na rzecz podopiecznego może szukać psu domu, przesyłać smakołyki i inne gadżety. Jeśli sobie tego życzysz możesz przelać co miesiąc wybraną przez siebie kwotę na rzecz konkretnego Psa – na stronie Psa pojawi się Twoje imię i informacja, że jesteś jego wirtualnym opiekunem. Zaoferować pomoc rzeczową Możesz możesz podarować karmę lub akcesoria dla psów (np. obroże, smycze, szelki, posłania, suplementy). Pomóc w robieniu ogłoszeń Można pomóc nam ogłaszać zwierzęta, reklamować naszą stronę internetową. Im więcej osób na nią dociera , tym większe prawdopodobieństwo znalezienia kolejnego wspaniałego domu dla naszych zwierzaków.Nasz baner do umieszczenia na stronach www lub na forach internetowych: Kupić coś od nas Prowadzimy allegro i bazarki. Cały dochód ze sprzedaży jest przeznaczony na realizację naszych celów statutowych. Przekazać nam swój 1% Nasza Fundacja posiada status Organizacji Pożytku Publicznego. Oznacza to, że mogą Państwo przekazać swój 1% na realizację naszych celów statutowych!
  7. SandraEric

    Most Popular German Dog Breeds

    We all have reasons to love Germany, from its beauty to its brilliant beer to the people and many other reasons. Then there is the long list of lovable dogs. Germans have various breeds of native dogs. The Innovet Pet Husky Shepherd mix is a crossbreed between the German Shephard and the adorable Siberian Husky. Here is a list of the Most Popular German Dog Breeds to hail from the country: · American Eskimo Dog Believe it or not, an American Eskimo has nothing to do with the Americans and has no links with the Eskimos. It is a very friendly dog, a bit fluffy and originates from the German Spitz. It was discovered in the 1800s and was one of the earliest dogs to learn and perform tricks. Found in the Midwest of Germany, where it was known to have arrived first in the 19th century. It was the first dog to perform tricks such as walking on a tightrope as trained. Its name changed to American Eskimo due to the anti-german protests that were present at the time. This dog is highly lovable. Source: Wikipedia. com · Boxer According to AKC stats, the Boxer, German breed, is a very popular breed in the U. S. A. During the world war the Germans introduced boxer as a helpful tool in the war. Their characteristics make them largely loved. It can stand using its back legs only and confront its opponent like a professional boxer, hence the name Boxer. They originate from Munich, Germany and used by the German hunters for hunting. It has been there since the 19th century. Source: Wikipedia. com · Dachshund This type of breed, the Dachshund is very old going back in German’s history. They date back as early as the 16th century. They have a unique and very strong sense of smell. Nicknamed ‘badger dogs’ due to their elongated canine teeth, which they used to dig rodents from the ground. They are nice to people, very lovable and love to play, so are mostly kept in homes. · Doberman Pinscher This breed, the Doberman Pinscher originally came from Germany in the 18th century; it is usually black and quite muscular. The breed got its name from Louis Dobermann from Apolda who as a tax collector. He used to own the dog and liked keeping it as his guard. It is an excellent protector of man, as labeled by Louis. Doberman, mostly used by police due to its ability to absorb and retain training. It is also very loyal, obedient and humble. · German Shepherd The German Shepherd breed is the most popular breed in Germany. First unleashed in the year 1899 by a captain was known as Credit Max von Stephanitz. In his search for a dog good enough to work for him, he came across the German shepherd. The qualities of his type of dog impressed him, which include being confident, courageous, smart, strong and very loyal. It gives birth to many puppies and is loved worldwide. With its qualities, it is considered a ‘family dog’ and is very fond of children. · Great Dane ‘King of dogs’ is the popular nickname given to the Great Dane. It has qualities such as being elegant, strong and is large no wonder the nickname. They are great family dogs since they are also very loving and gentle. The Germans have bred them since the 1800s. Years ago, they were for hunting before but nowadays are kept in homes to secure the places. · Leonberger The Leonberger breed at one point in time almost went extinct only to be bred and recreated by two Germans who felt the need to keep the breed alive. They were at first kept for family reasons, to help with such things as farming. Later, they became modeling dogs due to their beautiful lion-like looks. · Miniature Pinscher The Miniature Pinscher breed, usually referred to as the ‘King of toys’ since it is a tiny Min Pin. They are cheeky but very smart. Nowadays, they get taken for daily walks for exercise purposes. Its fur is compact and very smooth, making them have nice looks. People love them, and the fact that they are always alert makes them more lovable. The breed is a good pet for apartment dwellers. Source: Wikipedia. com · Miniature Schnauzer These Miniature Schnauzers have been around since 1899. Originally bred to help in farming, they were able to keep farms in check, ground to catch rats and other unwanted rodents on farms. Its name comes of the Standard Schnauzer from Germany. Nowadays they are mostly kept in small city apartments and being a good pet for apartment dwellers they love it and seems to have coped with that well. · Poodle Sadly, for these Poodle dogs get equated to having no brains which are weird since, in reality, these dogs are very clever, active and obedient when it comes to training. Germany has been keeping all the three types of poodle dogs breed, which are mostly differentiated by their sizes. This breed can swim quite efficiently using the ‘poodle clip’ that was created by German hunters to help the dog move through water during hunting activities. Conclusion Those are the most popular types, but Germany has very many breeds, and the best dogs get bred in Germany according to experts which I cannot dispute because the few types we’ve covered have such great traits. Great cross breeds such as the Innovetpet Husky Pitbull mix are all products of German and American breeds. More Stories on Dogomania: http://www.dogomania.com/forum/topic/55628-best-breeder/ http://www.dogomania.com/forum/profile/31590-bensam/?do=content&all_activity=1&page=2
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