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Most pet owners have befit very educated about their pet and the physical condition of their pet. Still, there are many others who tend to accept as true in the old wives tales and myths that have been approved about for some time now. I'm sure most of you have heard at least one, and almost certainly more, of the next myths. Veterinarians at the American Bodily Sanatorium Association(AAHA) have since enlightened us to many of those tales and to the facts as to some of the most normally heard myths.

Myth: Yeast will avert fleas from feasting on your pet.

Fact: There is still no controlled proof that yeast prevents fleas, although it is a good source of B vitamins.

Myth: Pets(dogs/cats) will get worms if they drink milk.

Fact: This is no more true for your pets than it is for you! Pets do lose their tolerance for milk early, however, about the age of 6 -8 weeks of age due to their loss of lactose(an enzyme critical for the absorption of milk products). Young animals may have diarrhea if they drink milk due to the above factors. Still, most puppies are infected with worms by means of gentle milk or all through pregnancy which is why treating both look after and litters for worms is so important.

Myth: If a pedigree bitch inadvertently becomes pregnant by a mix breed dog, this disallows her capacity to have pedigree puppies in expectations litters.

Fact: The only puppies that will be mixed breed are the ones consequential from this breeding. If bred with a thoroughbred mate in the future, those puppies will also be purebred.

Myth:Dogs and cats be supposed to be acceptable one heat cycle, or one litter of pups, beforehand being spayed.

Fact: A major assistance of being spayed may be lost if this is permissible to happen! Research shows that animals spayed already their first heat have a considerably smaller accidental of budding hope fitness troubles such as breast cancer.

Myth: Dogs which scoot their rear ends on the broken up have worms.

Fact: At times dogs having tapeworms may exhibit this behavior, despite the fact that the overwhelming best part of animals doing this have red-looking or overly full anal sacs.

The anal sacs are structures located on each side of the anus which when congested up cause an burning or burning sensation in your pets anal area. As a consequence the animal scoots its rear on the bring down to try and relieve this situation.

Myth: Any dog having a black mouth is a purebred.

Fact: Despite the fact that some pedigree dogs have a blackened color classified their mouth, this is no sign of any other being being a purebred. Pigmentation is the only argue for this color, caused by a substance called melanin. Indeed, this substance called melanin is dependable for birthmarks in humans and also the lack of, or availability of, such skin tones as a tan. This color alone is not indicative of a pedigree dog.

Myth:Puppies need calcium supplements for brawny bones and erect ears.

Fact: If you are feeding your animals a diet that is nutritionally complete, then no further supplements are needed. Too much calcium, in fact, can be destructive to your dog.

Article printed and reprinted with agreement of: http://www. pedigreedpups. com/ Purebred Dogs, Puppies and Dog Breeders - "Your New Best Friend"

Copyright 2005. All civil rights reserved.

Debbie Ray, owner of: http://www. pedigreedpups. com is a existence dog lover and owner and breeder of german direct dogs for over 15 years.


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