Pet Care – How to grow Your Dog Head & body – Bhola Shola

Pet Care – How to grow Dog Head & body
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Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is an owner of Grewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video, he tells about How to grow Dog Head & body in the Hindi Language.

1. The old saying goes that you can’t judge a book by its cover, suggesting that first impressions based upon the look of something don’t give you much information. However a recent study suggests that for dogs, their appearance (in terms of their size and their head shape), may well give you a lot of information about the personality and behavioral characteristics of the dog.

2. Although the initial domestication of dogs may have occurred 14,000 years or more in the past, humans have continued to transform dogs to fulfill many different functions associated with guarding, herding, hunting, or simply companionship. Our selective breeding of dogs has modified their size and their shape dramatically so that the more than 400 recorded breeds of dogs are easily recognizable based on their physical characteristics. It also appears that there is some correlation between a dog’s head shape and the functions that they perform for humans; for example the sighthounds (who pursue game over open ground) tend to have long narrow heads, while many of the guarding breeds tend to have more square shaped heads.

3. he physical variables that the researchers were interested in were primarily the height and weight of the dog, and the shape of the dog’s head. While the first two variables are obvious the shape of the dog’s head requires a bit of explanation. There is a lot of variability in head shape among the various dog breeds. Put simply, head shape ranges from the long-headed dogs, technically called “dolichocephalic” (such as the Afghan Hound or the Greyhound) to the broader wide-skulled dogs technically called “brachycephalic” (such as the Pug or French Bulldog). In between are the “mesocephalic” (sometimes called “mesaticephalic”) which would include the Golden Retriever or the Beagle. You can see some examples below.

4. The dog’s weight also predicted certain personality characteristics. Heavier dogs tended to be bolder, more inquisitive, and attentive. Lighter dogs tended to be more cautious and fearful.

5. Head shape also predicted some differences in temperament. The brachycephalic dogs seem to be more engaged with their owners with a higher interest in human-directed play. On the other hand these short-faced dogs were more defensive when faced with a difficult to interpret situation (such as seeing a person dressed like a ghost). The dolichocephalic dogs seem to be less likely to engage in object play, especially with unfamiliar humans. However these long-faced dogs were not as easily startled and recovered more quickly when an unexpected event occurred.

6. Although obesity is far too common in dogs today; there are also dogs with the opposite problem. In fact, some dogs are downright skinny and I know; I have one of those dogs. But I know why my dog is thin; he’s active, runs and plays hard, and is always ready to go. Here are some things I’ve learned as I live with this dog and try to keep weight on him.

7. Your dog’s veterinarian is your partner in your dog’s health care so talk to your vet before you make any changes regarding your dog’s weight. Ask your vet to perform a complete physical as there are a number of diseases or health issues that can affect weight loss (or gain) as well as appetite. You’ll want to eliminate these prior to beginning a weight gain program. In addition, ask your veterinarian for a goal weight for your dog.

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Pet Care – Ideal food for dogs – Bhola Shola

Pet Care – Each dog has a unique need for food.
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Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is an owner of Grewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video, he tells about all the key points you have to take care of while buying food for your dog in the Hindi Language.

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You are your dog’s caretaker and want the best for your pet. A large part of your pet’s health is determined by the food that they eat. However, with so many food options out there, how do you choose which is best for your dog? There are some simple guidelines to help you with the decision of what to feed your pet. While there is no one “best” dog food, there are certainly some that are better than others in terms of nutrition.

1. Evaluate your dog’s personal daily needs. Every dog is unique and needs different things from their food. Some questions to consider are:

a) Are they a large breed or small breed? If they are a small breed they may not be able to bite into the larger kibble like others. Large breeds should stay away from high protein as it can speed up their growth which is very bad for them.
b) Do they have a specific health issue that requires specialized nutritional needs? Those that have allergies should stay away from any food with grains or corn as these are the top allergy causes.
c) What is their energy level and do they have responsibilities that require them to expend a lot of calories and energies?

2. Determine the nutritional needs of your dog. You should think about the caloric needs of your pet, but also remember that those calories should not all come from just one type of nutrient, for instance only protein or only carbohydrates. For instance, protein ranges of 20-25% of calories are sufficient for healthy dogs, growing and otherwise.

a) If your pet is maintaining a healthy body condition where you can see a waist and easily feel the ribs with the flat of your hand, those are signs that your pet is in good shape. If your pet is heavier than they should be, cut back the calories by 10-25% for a month and then re-evaluate. If your pet seems too thin, then increase the calories by 10-25% and see what happens. Level off the amount fed once the desired body condition has been achieved.
b) If you feed too many calories to your dog, it will store the excess calories on its body, whether it is calories from fat, protein, or carbohydrates.
c) Dogs can develop pancreatitis with high levels of fat (and sometimes protein) in the diet. Fat is a form of concentrated energy. A lower fat dry dog food will have 6-8% fat, while a higher fat diet can be as high as 18% fat.

3. Examine different dog food labels.

a) Look for the list of ingredients first. They are listed from largest to smallest amount, according to the ingredients weight. The first 5 ingredients should be meat. Not corn, rice, brewers rice, potatoes or wheat. Make sure they name the meat such as chicken instead of poultry meal.
b) Locate the dog food guaranteed analysis statement. This will give you precise information on the ingredients in the dog food and the percentages of the amounts of the ingredients. This is important because it is a much more accurate version of the nutritional ingredient value of the dog food and will help you in determining if this is the best dog food brand for your dog.
c) Leave certain ingredients out. Unnecessary ingredients such as corn, wheat, chemicals, fillers and preservatives add nothing to your dog’s nutritional needs and can actually harm them.

4. Sign up for free trials or buy smaller packs. Once you have read through the labels and are familiar with what ingredients to look for, sign up for a few free trials of dog food samples online. This way you can sample the food before you purchase a full bag.

5. Make notes of your dog’s reaction to each new food that they try.If they have been feed a cheap brand before there may be some reluctance to try a new one as it doesn’t have the addictive chemicals to make them want to eat it. Remember not to introduce more than one new food at a time and to slowly increase the new food to the old food so as to avoid diarrhea and vomiting. Some things to watch for:

a) Do they eat the whole bowl or just a few pieces?
b) Do they get sick afterward?
c) Does their stool change consistency?
d) Is there any change in their skin or coat? A good food should cause the coat to become glossy, smooth and soft.

Continue using the best suitable dog food obtained in the steps shown. Also keep on changing food again as season changes or your dog looks unhealthy.

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Pet Care – How To Increase Your Dog Height – Bhola Shola

Pet Care – How To Increase Your Dog Height
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Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is an owner of Grewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video, he tells about How To Increase Your Dog Height in the Hindi Language.

1. Height is genetically determined. If the pup is getting a half decent diet, it will reach its maximum height without any interference/help from you. Don’t waste your time trying to increase its height. There is nothing you can do to change its genetics.

2. Helping your dog maintain a healthy weight is an important part of being a pet owner. Even healthy dogs can be underweight or overweight, but you may be particularly concerned if your dog has lost weight due to an illness or injury. After a trip to the vet to rule out underlying problems, many underweight dogs can gain weight by altering diet and lifestyle.

3. If you believe that your dog is underweight, you need to begin keeping track of the dog’s weight so that you can track the dog’s weight loss, and then his weight gain as you implement weight-gaining strategies. Be sure to share this information with your vet.

4. You need to be sure that there is nothing causing your dog’s weight loss that needs medical attention. Your dog may have an illness or parasite that isn’t immediately obvious to you that your vet will be able to determine

5. Talk to your vet about using body conditioning scoring (BCS) to help objectively assess whether your pet is too thin, too heavy or just right. A sample chart can be seen here. If your dog seems underweight based on the BCS, you should talk to your vet about an approach to help your dog gain weight.

6. Some breeds, like Greyhounds, and some hunting and herding dogs (Border Collies, Pointers) tend to be leaner than other breeds like Mastiffs and Labrador Retrievers.

7. It is best to have your vet do a fecal test for intestinal parasites, but if you are unable to do that, you can diagnose and treat your dog for worms from home.

8. A dog’s weight is related to his overall health, and part of your dog’s health is getting adequate gentle exercise.

9. Make sure to consult your vet before embarking on a rigorous exercise plan. Some dogs suffer from arthritis, neurological difficulties or metabolic diseases that lead to muscle wasting which would require special treatment under the guidance of your veterinarian to improve your dog’s health without additional injury.

10. If you feed your dog once a day, add a second meal. If your dog is already fed morning and evening, add a meal during the middle of the day. Do not necessarily change the diet you are already feeding, simply add one more meal to the day to add calories.

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