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Treat a damaged pad
Animals

Treat a damaged pad

Between frozen ground in winter, hot bitumen in summer or a possible nutrient deficit, our dogs' pads can be put to the test.Here is how to take care of them.The pad: The pad is covered with a horn thick under which there is a more fragile epidermis. Although designed to be tough, a crack, crevice or cut is very painful and can cause walking discomfort or lameness (limping dog).

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Animals

How can we help our dogs get through the winter?

Depending on their lifestyle, breed or age, dogs do not tolerate the cold the same way. Here is how to protect them from the elements.Helping our dogs through the winterDog who lives outside: If your dog lives outdoors, it should be protected to prevent frostbite in the extremities or hypothermia.
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Animals

Offer an eco-natural litter to your cat

The pet sector, which has been booming for 5 years, has several spearheads: food, treats, well-being ... and cat litter. An innovative market. An essential accessory, your cat's litter has an impact on its well-being, and on yours too! Far from being basic, it even represents an issue for the health of the animal and for the ecology.
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Animals

Potty training your puppy

Your new companion is constantly forgotten on the floor of your house, you can not stand it anymore! Do not be discouraged, be patient and follow these few tips.Read also: The arrival of the puppy at homeFirst steps towards the cleanliness of the To have a good relationship with your puppy, you have to establish rituals, learn to observe him, think dog and have a dog.
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Animals

Dog: the benefits of osteopathy

The osteopath, by manipulations, can reduce or even eliminate the tensions related to stress, bad posture or shock. It works as well on humans as on animals. Also read: Want a dog, here's some tipsOur articles devoted to the dogOsteopathy, an alternative medicineAsk your veterinarian to recommend an osteopath with a diploma recognized in France and an accreditation.
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Animals

Welcoming a chinchilla: info and practical advice

Originally from the Andes Cordillera, the chinchilla has long been hunted for its fur. Now domesticated, it is one of the new and popular pets (NAC). Here are some tips and information on how to take care of it. in summary: Rodent, herbivorous. Color dark gray to light gray with white belly.
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