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Cornish Rex – The Curly from Cornwall

Attitude recommendation The Cornish Rex is a lively and friendly breed of cat, which remains playful until old age. Therefore, it is usually good for families with children. Since her coat is very fine and consists exclusively of undercoat, it should be kept mainly in the apartment. However, there is usually nothing wrong with a quick trip to a secure ...

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First aid in cats: What you can do in an emergency

Quite literally, cats have nine lives, so thanks to their physique and maneuverability, they are pretty “robust” animals. But even girls can get hurt. Often, even a tilted window, which especially cats use “snatching” to cause dangerous injuries. Even in the kitchen, your Stubentiger injured faster than you love. It is enough for a sentence on the stove while you ...

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Peterbald – The meek Russian

entertainment recommendations Since the Peterbald has almost no fur, it should be kept absolutely as a housing cat. However, the active and inquisitive cat breed does not need to be bored, so it needs a lot of space as well as sufficient employment and climbing opportunities. Peterbalds are very clever and are therefore usually happy when they can let off ...

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Safe freewheel for small animals

Just in time for the freewheeling time, wobbly noses appear on the cage door in many households. Paws are pushed through the bars, here and there is excitedly squeaking. For many guinea pigs, chinchillas and other small animals, the daily freewheeling is a highlight that they can hardly wait. Leaving the familiar environment should not only satisfy the urge to ...

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Ural Rex – The devoted contemporary

Attitude recommendation The Ural Rex brings a very sociable and friendly cat breed into the house. The velvet paw is usually reluctant to be alone, so that before buying about the attitude of a second cat should be considered. The coat of the Ural Rex is considered to be easy to care for, so regular brushing with a fine, soft ...

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Bird Toys: Specially designed birdhouse accessories

Species-appropriate bird-keeping does not only include healthy nutrition and a sufficiently large aviary. In addition, a bird needs numerous employment opportunities and variety. We’ll tell you what you need to look out for when setting up the aviary and which bird toy works well with your feathered friends. At least for two Birds are very social animals. In nature, they ...

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Our feathered friends suffer from drought

The NABU Niedersachsen asks nature lovers to set up birdwatchers because of the dry and hot weather. Birds are suffering from the lack of water. It is therefore important to offer the animals in the garden, on the terrace or balcony a drinking opportunity. “The birds are now suffering from the lack of water” The birds are now suffering from ...

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Body language: That’s what your budgie wants to tell you

They chirp, beep, jerk their heads in and out: budgerigars use many opportunities to communicate to their peers and humans. Only those who understand their body language can build trust and close ties in the long term. In order for the animals not to fall silent and to develop their social skills, it is very important that they are never ...

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The autumn migration to the south has begun

Many stork-clumps on chimneys and roofs are already abandoned. An empty nest, however, does not mean the departure of the birds to the south. First, the storks collected, said stork expert Kai-Michael Thomsen from the German Nature Conservation Union (Nabu). First of all, the young storks roam about. The very sociable birds then meet at prominent points – in northern ...

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10 tips for a long chinchilla life

With proper care, chinchillas can live up to 22 years. The average is around 15 years, provided the animals are kept in an appropriate manner. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Chinchillas are especially likely to suffer from incorrect feeding. As far as their diet is concerned, the South American rodents are very demanding. Therefore, a species-appropriate chinchilla food is ...

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These foods are toxic to guinea pigs

Those who are not careful can accidentally poison their guinea pigs. Many foods are unsuitable for rodents. In addition, guinea pigs are pure herbivores and have a sensitive digestive tract. An incorrect diet can therefore quickly lead to health problems in the animals. Since even at first sight small feeding errors can have serious consequences for the piglets, it should ...

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Guinea pigs as pets: The basics of the species-appropriate attitude

What you need to know about guinea pigs The guinea pig originally comes from Peru and northern Chile. The domestic domesticated guinea pig, as we know it, has a wild ancestor and relatives there. Namely, the mountain sarcophagus, which, in contrast to our domestic animals, does not live in cuddly living rooms or native gardens, but lives up to 5000 ...

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Turkish Van – An affectionate companion

The Turkish Van is a very personal cat and demands a lot of attention. Therefore, it should be kept exclusively by people with ample time and patience. In addition, she is one of the active and playful cat breeds. Therefore it needs a lot of space as well as play and climbing possibilities. If you want a balanced and satisfied ...

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Guinea pig and rabbit together

Can I socialize guinea pigs and rabbits? Both guinea pigs and rabbits are very social animals and must be kept in groups. This gives some people the idea that you can just keep guinea pigs and rabbits together. This would have solved the problem and at the same time the chance to enjoy two species of animals. In fact, the ...

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What is spondylosis?

When the dog screams in pain The long, shrill cry of pain that the 60-kilo Landseer bitch Fritzi gave when she first felt her spondylosis went through the whole family through and through. Helpless you stand next to it. Of course, it was a Sunday and the vet just said “Come over tomorrow morning.” But before that stood a night ...

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