What can be bad for your pets? What is harmful to them? A lot of people make some serious mistakes in their pet care that can lead to all kinds of health problems and even a shorter lifespan. So let’s see what major nonos you should avoid and what you should do instead!
00:00 Intro 00:09 Overfeeding 00:33 Human food 00:55 Medical checkups 01:21 Socializing 01:35 Play together 01:53 Peetraining 02:14 Collar / harness 02:36 In the car 02:45 Punishment 03:01 Hot surfaces
Hiii... My name is Xanti. And I am the worlds' cutest Maltese puppy I want to share with you my adventures and what is it like to have a Maltese dog in your family If you ever have any questions about how to care about your puppy or dog, do not hesitate to ask and my mummy and daddy will always try to answer you.
Now here is some info about me:
Birth: 23.08.2020 Gender: Goodboy Breed: Maltese (I have a pedigree certificate) Colour: Snowwhite Favourite food: ALL OF IT
Height*: 27 cm / 10.63 in (Withers) Weight*: 2.76 kg / 6.08 lbs ⚖ Length*: 31 cm / 12.20 in (Side)
SUMMARY: Always read the label first before choosing a brand. It shouldn’t contain any flavoring agents, corn, or GMOs. Don’t neglect regular visits to the vet, even if your furry friends hate you for it! This is the only way to prevent diseases and catch any sort of problems before they get too serious. Unless you have a fencedin yard that’s regularly treated to kill any parasites, your pets shouldn’t have open access to the street. Vets do recommend spaying and neutering your animals because it actually helps them live long and happy lives. Start brushing their teeth at an early age so that they get used to the process. They make special toothbrushes and pastes for animals that you can get at any pet store. Bathing is a necessity when it comes to pets. Cats, of course, are a little more selfsufficient when it comes to staying clean, so they don’t really need to be washed. All vets agree that giving your pet “people food” is a terrible idea. Your pet’s digestive system simply can’t handle most of the stuff we humans eat. Pets need socialization and human interaction to develop physically, emotionally, and socially. Otherwise they can become easily scared, aggressive, and disobedient. So be sure to check if their collar is too tight from time to time. For cats and small breed dogs, you should be able to slip one finger between their collar and skin. Dogs of all ages and breeds should have enough time outside to move around, interact with other dogs, and be free to explore.