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Friday, 14 March 2014

Warning : These foods are TOXIC for your dog .

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TOXIC FOR YOUR DOG :

Everyone knows there are certain things that one should NEVER feed his dog. DOgS and CHOCOLATE
don't mix because chocolate contains theobromine, a substance that causes rapid heart rate and central nervous stimulation, probably leading to seizure and even death.

COOKED BONES          :

Dogs should never be fed with cooked bones because they can splinter and lodge in or even lacerate a dog's throat or digestive tract.

CAFFEINE                     :

Caffeine is found in coffee, coffee grounds, tea or tea leaves, colas, stimulant drinks and in some medicines. Signs of caffeine overdose may include labored or rapid breathing, hyperactivity, a rapid heart rate, shaking and finally seizure.

RAISINS AND GRAPES:

Eating raisins or grapes cause renal failure in some dogs ! It seems that as few as seven raisins can lead to a shutdown of kidneys. Symptoms are vomitting, diarrhea and shaking .

ONIONS                       :

An overdose of onions can also cause toxicity in dogs that can prove fatal.
Signs may include listlessness, lack of interest in food, labored breathing.

GARLIC                       :

Garlic also pose problems for dogs as it contains thiosulfate which produce acute toxicity .

AVOCADO                 :

Avocado plants , and the avocado fruit itself, contain persin , a substance that can cause vomitting and diarrhea in dogs.

APPLE SEEDS            :

Although apples are not toxic but the seeds of the fruit contain cyanide and may be dangerous. Likewise, the pits of peaches and plums contain cyanide and can be toxic.

OTHER TOXIC FOODS :

Raw egg, raw meat, raw fish , alcoholic beverages, macadamia nuts.


IF YOU SUSPECT THAT YOUR DOG OR OTHER PET MAY HAVE INGESTED SOMETHING HARMFUL, CALL YOUR VET IMMEDIATELY .

RAJ PRATEEK VERMA

POISONOUS FOOD


Wednesday, 12 March 2014

The more I see of humans, The more I love Dogs

GROENENDAEL

The Groenendael should be athletic, strong, imposing, rustic, and balanced in appearance. It should look natural, never as though it has been prepared just for the show ring. Its coat should be profuse, but never look as though it would inhibit the dog's working ability in any way. The colour is always black, with small white markings being allowed on the chest. When being shown, its handler should never have to force it into position; ideally the handler should not have to touch the dog at all.

The Groenendael is (very) intelligent, active, loyal and quietly affectionate. Groenendaels are not a breed for the faint of heart. However for those who have plenty of time, energy, confidence and love, they are wonderful friends. Training and socializing is essential. They are wary of strangers and protective. They love children as long as they are introduced to them at an early age. The Groenendael bonds deeply to its people and cannot live outdoors or in a kennel. It needs to spend time with its family every day and may experience separation anxiety if left alone for long periods of time.

The Groenendael should be 60–66 centimetres (24–26 in) at the withers for males, and 56–62 centimetres (22–24 in) for females. The weight should be approximately 25–30 kilograms (55–66 lb) for males, and 20–25 kilograms (44–55 lb) for females.

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