Puppy vs Adult Dog – Nutritional Requirements During the early growth phase a puppy requires a relatively larger and frequent portion of food. At 6 to 8 weeks the need is four to six meals averagely. By 6 months, when they achieve almost 75% of their adult size, the need for frequent meals decreases. Good […]
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CATS CANNOT PRODUCE THEIR OWN NUTRIENTS: Cats are obligate carnivores, i.e they are specially adapted to a diet consisting they meet their nutritional needs by consuming other animals and have a higher protein requirement than many other mammals. With the passage of time and evolution, cats have lost the ability to synthesize amino acids and […]
Tick the ticks away from your Dogs Ticks are spider-like, egg-shaped, blood-sucking creepy crawlies; relatively small and parasitic in nature. Easily adaptable they can survive in various environments such as the woods, the beach, grass, lawns, forests, and even in urban areas. Ticks aren’t picky eaters: they suck the blood of mammals, birds, and even […]
Why Do Dogs Eat Grass? “Is the grass greener on the dogs side” Many dogs have a very uncommon condition known as Pica, which means they tend to eat things that aren’t food, including dirt, faeces, toys, and yes, grass. Most experts concur with the fact that grass eating is normal canine behaviour. Though, this […]
Ear infections could happen due to a multitude of reasons such as food allergies, fleas, mites or even bacteria. If you notice him whimpering, scratching his ears or head incessantly, or if you see a foul odour coming from his ears, your dog most likely has an infection. Food allergies like wheat gluten sensitivity or […]
What are hairballs? Cats naturally keep themselves very clean and in the process of self grooming they often end up swallowing a lot of their loose and dead hair, forming tufted balls in their stomach commonly known as hairballs. Feline tongues anatomically have barb-like features that trap loose, previously shed hair. On swallowing, the hair […]
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