Aging and its consequences

Aging and its consequences

  Aging and its consequences While it is true that aging is irreversible, and that there are many theories about how it occurs, certain effects of aging at the cellular, organic, behavioral and sensory levels appear to be less well defined. The best possible knowledge of these effects will allow the owner to improve the dog’s overall health environment, of

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Weaning in dogs

Weaning in dogs As all changes in diet, weaning is gradual, which allows the puppy to change slowly from a milk diet to a growth food. The food should be adapted to the changing digestive ability of the puppy, and not vice versa. The Puppy’s Changing Digestive Ability Nutrition during Weaning  

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Eating habits – Basic Principles

Eating habits - Basic Principles - About boxer.

Eating habits – Basic Principles About boxer The color of the food doubtless makes more of an impression on the owner than on the dog. (The same is true of kibbles shaped like bits of meat or tiny vegetables.) The odor of the food, however, is an entirely different story. Everyone has seen a dog sniff its dish before gobbling

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About boxer. Coat and colors

About boxer Coat and colors

Coat and colors The Boxer is a short-haired breed, with a shiny, smooth coat that lies tight to the body. The recognized colors are fawn and brindle, frequently with a white underbelly and white on the feet. Boxers with white markings covering more than one-third of their coat – conventionally called “white” Boxers – are neither albino nor rare; approximately

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The dog’s urinary system

The dog’s urinary system The kidney consists of an outer cortex; the medulla, which is inside; and the renal pelvis, a collecting pocket that extends into the ureter. The same organs are responsible for creating and eliminating urine in dogs of either sex. In order, they are: the kidneys, from which two ureters lead to the bladder. A single tube,

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