15 exotic animals, that may be your pets
To have a pet is a very important step, to which many refer as to buy another article of clothing. But in vain. Because the animal becomes a full member of the family, and personally I don’t see how you can take and throw out the one who spent so much time with you. As bequeathed by the wise Antoine de Saint-Exupery: “We are responsible for those who tamed!”
I started the material with a little lyrical digression, because the article will be devoted to Pets, but not very common. Many people want to surprise their friends and relatives exotic pet. We offer a small selection of living creatures that can make themselves, but not everyone agrees!
The capybara the capybara is the largest rodent in the world. Is a relative of Guinea pigs and lives in South America. It is extremely gentle animals that love to be pampered. Depending on where you live, you may need a permit to become the owner of such a handsome man. Well, in any case, you must make sure that the water hogs came up (the second name of capybaras) there were many places where she could run.
Fenech Fenech reaches an Adult size of Chihuahua. Weight Fenech does not exceed 1,5 kg. This is an extremely friendly establishment with a huge amount of energy (in addition to sleep time, of course). Sterianinna for them to prepare a huge cage, filled with sand so that the animal could dig. Well, better to find out from authorities how do local laws to have such a pet. Continue reading
Rabies is a deadly viral disease of animals and humans
According to the world health organization, annually in the world dies from rabies 55 thousand people . that is, one person in every 10 minutes. Economic damage this disease ranks fifth and is the tenth leading cause of death amongst infectious diseases. From 30 to 60 percent of victims are children under the age of 15 years.
Rabies is a deadly viral disease, the pathogen which attacks the Central nervous system and leads usually to death. Infection of humans comes from domestic and wild animals, mostly carnivores, as a result of close contact with infected saliva or bites and causing scratches.
The incubation period of rabies lasts from 10 days to 1 year (usually 1-3 months).
Clinical signs of the disease appear most often after 3 to 8 weeks after infection. A reliable diagnosis of rabies is established only in the laboratory.
In dogs and cats clinically distinguish two main forms of the disease: the lush and quiet. Often rabies can occur in atypical forms.
Clinical signs of rabies in humans. In the beginning of the disease in humans marked depression, high temperature and fever, itching at the bite site.Later manifested a respiratory embarrassment, fearfulness. Stage of excitation is characterized by a fear of water. At the end of the disease is para Continue reading
Believe it or not, but a long time ago in one of the monasteries of Ancient Burma (now Myanmar) was an amazing event.
According to legend, the robbers attacked the Church and wanted to steal the stored gold-plated statue of the goddess Tsun Huangze. The robbers almost won, when suddenly there was a loud scream that came from the favorite of the deceased elders of the local monks — the cat Sinha, who was sitting on the head of his master.
Large, weighing about 10-15 pounds, with long hair on the abdomen and the back, but almost shorthaired at the front, with tassels on the ears and a soft, inaudible tread – such a description rather evokes associations with a wild cat or reed cat, but not with a pet. However, it is still cats, great Pets cats breeds Maine Coon, or, as they are called Maine Coon cats.
These animals are exceptionally friendly disposition, very hardy and very active, I love to play different games and also get along well with children. Continue reading
The biggest snake in the world
You want to know what the biggest snake in the world? Anaconda, boa or Python? Below is information about the largest snakes in the world. Read on.
You probably watched with awe the movie Anaconda. The great mighty and powerful snake, which can easily be called the largest snake. Watching the film, you must be interested in whether there are large snakes in the world. Well, apart from the fantasy and some fictitious aspects, there are definitely snakes that grow up to 6-9 meters. So, what is the largest snake in the world? Let’s learn more about the different types of snakes, huge in size.
Among the different types of snakes on Earth today, species belonging to the class of Pythons and Boas, are the largest of them. Here are some of the biggest snakes on Earth, along with the images.
Reticulated Python. Reticulated Python or Python reticulatus is the largest species of pythons, as well as the world’s longest snake. The average length of this Python exceeds 6 meters. The largest reticulated Python that was found is more than 8 meters in length. Black, brown, red and yellow – the typical colour of this Python, and it is found in Southeast Asia and the Philippines. Interestingly, reticulated pythons are also very popular as Pets. Continue reading
Guinea pigs – care and maintenance
How to bathe a Guinea pig of interest to many owners of Guinea pigs. Bathing Guinea pigs need about 1 a month. Owners often worry when it comes time to wash, especially if the water pig begins to resist and squeak. So as not to cause moral, and even more physical harm to your pet, follow our recommendations.
Abnormal occlusion of the teeth, not Stacijas, as expected, can much atractii to pose a threat to the life of the pig. The length of teeth of Guinea pigs need to constantly monitor and, if necessary, to bite off their sharp wire cutters to the desired length.
The owner of the Guinea pig need to know what to look for to identify a sick Guinea pig or not. If you find at least one of the following symptoms, always consult with your pet to the vet. Let the veterinarian conduct a complete examination and determine what the cause of the malaise.
Buying a Guinea pig, you need to first decide some important issues. Are you able to care for a Guinea pig throughout her life? Do you have the time and desire to communicate with your pet every day? Continue reading