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Posted on May.30, 2010, under Tutorial
Realistically, every living organism consists of an unimaginably large number of cells. provides around the clock every individual for “life” as we consider our dog outside, to take place. The interplay of the various body functions is of utmost importance. A large number of these will, with the help of the hormone system maintained and controlled, it applies when we deal with stress dog needs, it provides the necessary energy conversion and is used in everyday processes such as hunger or thirst are used. Unfortunately, it can also lead to disturbances in this system and can represent our dog reacts with diseases that often have serious consequences for the organism. (continue reading…)
Posted on Jul.09, 2008, under Tutorial
Neutering or spaying your dog is an absolute must. There are too many dogs without homes or shelters for your dog to contribute to the canine overpopulation. Dogs should be neutered before they are 6 months old. Neutering a dog has many benefits – they become less territorial and less aggressive. Neutering also prevents the development of various cancers in your dog like cancer of the prostrate.
Females need to be spayed before 6 months too. You don’t want your dog to go through a pregnancy and a stressful and hormone ridden delivery every three months. Moreover, the scent of a female in heat can attract unneutered males from miles around. Dogs attracted to a female have been known to try to enter yards, and indulge in bloody fights over the female.