Author: Mily

Cats are solitary animals, they have their own personality, independence is relatively strong, so they are generally not as loyal as dogs, but there are exceptions, the following 7 kinds of cats are very loyal to the owner, the owner as their own, once raised, the rest of the life only you!  1. Maine catThe 5 kinds of cats that are most “loyal” to their owners, keep one and warm it for a lifetimeNative to Maine, USA, the Maine cat is a large-bodied breed with a strong physique and thick coat. The Maine cat has a very clingy personality and is…

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This is one of the three most common gates in a dog’s intestines, along with Fusobacterium and Bacteroides. These tough little things can be found in many environments and have excellent survival skills.Firmicutes, which means “thick-skinned” in Latin, refers to the strong cell walls of many types of bacteria in this group. Some of these bacteria transform into dormant and resilient states when they lack nutrients and moisture, and live for thousands or even millions of years.Some members of the phylum are known pathogens, such as streptococcus, which is responsible for strep throat. Others are responsible for wine and beer…

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 For families with dogs, the dog’s personality is too lively is also a big problem, so what if the dog likes to pounce on people? Maybe you can try the following method. 1. Use a leash to control the action by pulling the leash hard when the dog pounces on someone else, and then let it sit down. Sit still for three minutes and then get the dog up.2. when the dog pounces on you, say “no” or “NO” loudly, while backing away from the dog, try the dog a few times to know that you don’t like this behavior.3. At…

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There are many types of aggression in dogs, but perhaps none is more worrisome than aggression directed at humans. Man-made attacks can be extremely dangerous, not only for people who may be injured, but also for dogs that may be put down as a result of aggressive behavior.While genetics play a role in a dog’s aggressive tendencies, the environment also has a lot to do with it. The best way to combat aggressive problems is to make your dog social from a young age. However, when we bring dogs home, we don’t always have to choose their age, especially when we…

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If you’ve read any of our other articles, you know how important fiber is to maintain and strengthen your dog’s gut health. But there are other keys to keep your dog healthy, including animal protein. Fusobacterium is part of the phylum Fusobacterium and prefers a meat-rich diet.Fusobacterium is a good example that what is good for us is not always good for dogs. In humans, some of this group of bacteria have been linked to colon cancer. However, it is common in the guts of healthy dogs for our best friends, who usually spend a lot of time outdoors. This…

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Improving your dog’s diet is one of the surest ways to keep them healthy and happy. Sometimes, however, the transition process itself can be a challenging experience for dogs and their pet parents.Many dogs can switch from their current diet to a new fresh diet without difficulty. However, other dogs may need to transition to a fresh diet gradually. The difference between old and new foods also changes the required transition time. That’s why switching from dry food to fresh food usually takes longer than switching between different fresh foods.The potentially unpleasant side effects of dietary changes are a clear…

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 If the cat is younger, they need to be vaccinated three times to complete the vaccination, and after all the infectious disease vaccines, they must first observe the condition of the cat to make sure that they are not unwell because of the vaccine. Can the kitten just get a bath after being vaccinated? Only healthy cats can bathe, and remember to choose the right temperature. If the ambient temperature is relatively low when the cat is bathed, it will be more likely to catch a cold, so keep the temperature in a warm and comfortable range.  Be sure to use a…

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Dogs, as the best animal friends of our human beings, are loyal to their owners and deeply love their owners, and their owners are also very fond of them, and even hope that they can talk to themselves and listen to their hearts. In fact, dogs are also very good at calling you when they also hope to be able to let you understand, today Xiaobian to teach you how to identify the difference between the dog’s bark and the meaning of the representative! 1. Exhalation sounds The sound is similar to coughing or something like a throat, and when…

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Your dog has a lot in his intestines, more than the pillow or shoes they just ate! Every dog has trillions of bacteria, microbes, and other microscopic substances in its body. The collection of all these things is called the gut microbiome.Many of these bacteria are actually good for your dog. Many different species of bacteria work together to help your dog digest food, keep their immune system strong, and even elevate their mood (think of how happy you feel after enjoying a delicious dessert).So let’s get to know Bacteroides, which is a special group (or genus, taxonomically) within the…

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The Bacteroidetes phylum is extremely diverse, with more than 7,000 known species. They can be found in many different environments: soil, ocean, fresh water, and the intestines and skin of animals. Bacteroidetes are found in the guts of mice, pigs, cattle, domesticated and wild birds, and even termites and sea urchins.Newborn pups do not have much Bacteroidetes in their gut. However, as the pups suck their mother’s milk, this gate reproduces rapidly and becomes one of the main groups in their gut when they are three weeks old.‍In the gut, Bacteroidetes specialize in breaking down large organic molecules such as proteins and…

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