What a pity that dogs cannot speak! Or do they know how? It’s just that their “language” does not consist of words that are familiar to us, but of signs. These signs can tell us about the dog’s feelings, about her attitude to what is happening, to others and, of course, to ourselves. Want to learn how to interpret them? We will help you! 10 popular emotions of dogs – in our article.
And let’s start with the most recognizable sign! It is generally accepted that if a dog wags its tail, it means that it has a great mood. But in practice there are nuances. Now, if along with the tail the whole body wags from the shoulder blades to the toes, then the dog is really happy! But if the tail is raised, strained and only its tip wags, and the dog’s body is frozen and the mouth is tightly closed – beware! This means that the dog is very tense, she does not like something, and throwing her arms around is a bad decision. Here you can draw an analogy with cats. Remember, they wag their tail in displeasure? Contrary to stereotypes, so do dogs. Continue reading
Why is it important to care for your pet’s hair correctly? To his appearance was always neat? Not only. Proper care is also a guarantee of health. Unsuitable care products and incorrect procedures (grooming, washing) can lead to hair loss and dermatological diseases. To prevent this from happening, you need to remember 5 simple steps. Go?
Need to wash. Even the most domestic!
Even if your pet never leaves the apartment or travels exclusively on handles, you still need to bathe it periodically. Pets get dirty, exploring the inaccessible places of the apartment, collect dust, we bring pollution into the house on outer clothing … Add to this the skin secret, which accumulates on the skin and coat. But dirty wool is easier and more willing to slip into tangles, which spoils the appearance and negatively affects the total length of the coat.
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It is generally accepted that dogs and cats molt twice a year: in autumn and spring. But in reality, too many factors act on pets that distance them from their wild ancestors. If wolves, for example, really change their coat in the offseason, then a pet can molt at any time. And sometimes even throughout the year, just molting will not be so pronounced. But is hair loss always a natural molt? Unfortunately not.
Why does a dog lose hair in winter?
A pet’s coat can fall out not only due to molting, but also for many other reasons. Here you need to be very careful. In many cases, hair loss and tarnishing indicates dermatological or internal diseases, and they need to be identified in a timely manner. Therefore, if you notice that the dog has become dull and hair falls out, it is best to contact a veterinarian first. Even if it turns out to be a banal molt, consultation will never be superfluous.
In the meantime, we give 7 main reasons why a dog’s hair falls out and dims in the winter. Continue reading