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Silicium pour chiots, chiens

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Le corps des chiens, des chats et des humains est davantage composé de silicium que de fer. L’être humain, par exemple, compte 7 grammes de silicium pour 4 grammes de fer. Le silicium se trouve principalement dans les os, les parois vasculaires, la rate, les tendons, les muscles, les reins, le coeur, la thyroïde et le thymus.

Par ailleurs, des rapports de recherche ont montré que le foetus humain est très riche en silicium, adapté à la formation des os, des phanères et à leur entretien.

Le silicium organique est aujourd’hui utilisé pour ses vertus médicinales, notamment par les fervents adeptes de médecines naturelles et alternatives. Il devient, par ce biais, de plus en plus important. En effet, le silicium :

  • aide à fixer le calcium : le silicium, retrouvé notamment dans la bordure ostéoïde où l’os se construit, joue un rôle prépondérant dans la fixation du calcium en favorisant le processus de minéralisation ;
  • participe à l’immunité : retrouvé en grande quantité dans le thymus organe essentiel du système immunitaire, le silicium joue un rôle dans la fabrication des anticorps ;
  • lutte contre l’arthrose : pris en complément d’une alimentation équilibrée, le silicium semble avoir un rôle positif sur les chiens atteints d’arthrose. Cependant, la véracité de cette information n’a pas été prouvée scientifiquement ;
  • contribue au renfort du poil : sa présence importante dans le poil en ferait, d’après certains, un acteur fondamental dans le processus de réticulation des fibres de collagène. Néanmoins, comme le point précédent, l’information n’a pas fait l’objet de validation scientifique.

Le silicium chez le chien et le chat

Chez le chien et le chat, le silicium organique est prescrit par les praticiens de santé naturelle dès le premier âge, notamment pour soutenir la croissance dans les élevages canins. Il est essentiel que le chiot ou le chaton destiné à la vente soit en excellente condition physique. Une alimentation équilibréee couplée à l’absorption de silicium et de l’exercice physique permettent d’atteindre un état physiologique optimal.

De plus, le silicium est conseillé dans le cas de pathologies ostéo-articulaires telles que les ostéites, ostéochondrites, chondropathies, ou encore l’arthrose du chien . Il s’avère aussi être un parfait complément alimentaire  à la suite d’opérations chirurgicales de type arthroscopie ou opération des tendons ou des ligaments.

Dans le cas de chiens et chats très actifs ou soumis régulièrement à un effort physique traumatisant tel que les épreuves d’agility, le silicium jouera un rôle prépondérant afin de protéger votre animal d’une éventuelle blessure telle qu’une foulure ou une tendinitee

La prescription du silicium organique ne se cantonne pas uniquement à ces cas. Par exemple, le silicium est utilisé dans certains cas de pathologies cutanées de type dermites allergiques, pyodermites du chien, pyodermites du chat, voire parfois des dermites avec prurit important (en complément avec l’aromathérapie). Il est aussi utilisé dans le cas de femelles allaitant leurs petits, afin de protéger la mamelle en toute innocuité pour les bébés.

Enfin, le silicium est un oligo-élément parfait pour revitaliser la beauté du poil, de la fourrure et favoriser le renouvellement cellulaire cutané. Dans ce cas, une cure de silicium organique de trois semaines est conseillée afin de booster l’éclat du poil.

Il est à noter que le silicium a une utilisation supplémentaire chez le chat. Des résultats parfois étonnants d’amélioration ont été constatés sur des chats victimes de leucose féline consommant du silicium organique en guise de complément alimentaire. Ces formidables résultats peuvent s’expliquer par ses qualités d’antioxydant, de stimulateur du système immunitaire et de barrière contre les radicaux libres. Il est cependant nécessaire que l’animal soit traité dès son dépistage ou peu de temps après. En outre, le silicium protège parfois des maladies associées, telles que les tumeurs.



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The Beagle

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With a compact size, easy-care coat and happy nature, the Beagle has long had a place as one of the most popular breeds for families. Beagles are also used as scent detection dogs at U.S. airports, where their friendliness allows them to search for weapons, drugs, and illegal food items without making passengers nervous the way a larger “police dog” might. The breed was developed in England to hunt rabbits, and Beagles are still happiest when following their noses. For that reason, they belong to a category of dogs known as scenthounds.

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Don’t let the small size or undeniable charm of the Beagle fool you: these dogs are still born to hunt. They’ve been described as “a nose with four legs,” and they love following a scent trail. The minute they smell something interesting they’re likely to follow their noses rather than their owners’ requests.

Beagle

There are some things you should be aware of before you bring a Beagle home. The most important thing to know is that Beagles are ruled by their nose. A Beagle will follow an interesting scent wherever it leads him, across busy streets and miles from home, so a fenced yard is essential to keep him safe.

A related bit of information is that Beagles love to eat. Love it! And they are creative about finding and accessing food. Experienced owners put food, trash cans and anything else that might appear or smell edible to a Beagle well out of reach. On the plus side, that love of food comes in handy for training Beagles. They’ll do just about anything for a treat.

Beagles come in two sizes: 13-inch and 15-inch. The smaller variety includes Beagles who are no taller than 13 inches at the shoulder and weigh 22 to 30 pounds, while the larger variety includes Beagles who are taller than 13 inches but not more than 15 inches and weigh up to 35 pounds.

All Beagles sport a short, clean coat that’s usually some combination of black, white and tan. Their small to medium size is a plus for families – they’re the perfect shape for a child to hug – but the Beagle has no idea that he’s anything but a full-sized hound, and he has the loud bay of a full-sized hound to prove it!

Beagles are pack animals, becoming very attached to their human “pack,” and are well-suited to a variety of active families. They are a great choice for families with children. Singles and couples who love the outdoors also match up well with this breed, and his size and even temperament make the Beagle a great companion for active seniors who love to walk but don’t mind going at a slow pace to allow the Beagle to sniff to his heart’s content.

With adequate exercise and opportunities to work their sniffers, these versatile companions can handle anything from a small city apartment to a vast ranch. They’re not suited for life in the backyard or a doghouse, but need to live indoors as a member of the family.

If you give him opportunities to use his nose, whether that means letting him spend a lot of time sniffing on walks, taking him hunting, or training him for nose work or tracking, a Beagle will be a wonderful companion. The best thing about a Beagle is that he will always make you laugh — even when he’s being naughty.

Other Quick Facts

  • Beagles come in two sizes; both sizes of Beagles can be born in a single litter. If you want to be sure you get one of a certain size, wait to purchase a puppy until he is about nine months old.
  • Beagles bred for hunting are more likely to be noisy and active than Beagles bred for the show ring.
  • You might not think so when you are trying to train him, but the Beagle is very smart in the sense that he is a good problem-solver. He might not respond instantly to your commands, but he will quickly figure out how to overcome any obstacles that are preventing him from getting something he wants.
  • Beagles need daily exercise and mental stimulation in the form of sniffing. Without it they can become bored and destructive. Provide them with the attention, training and activity they need or suffer the consequences.
  • Shyness and aggression are not common Beagle characteristics. Do not choose a puppy who shows signs of these behaviors.

Source : http://www.vetstreet.com/dogs/beagle



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The Siberian Husky

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Siberian Husky

Not every breed made its American debut with as big a splash as the Siberian Husky. A team of these lean, fast sled dogs, originally developed by the seminomadic Chukchi people of Northeastern Asia to pull sleds over long distances, proved just what they were made of while racing across the frozen Alaskan wilderness to deliver life-saving diphtheria serum to remote Nome, Alaska, in January 1925. Some of the dogs were taken on a tour of the Lower 48 after news of the courageous men and dogs spread, and they were met with wild acclaim. From that day on, the Siberian has been popular.

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For those looking for a calm dog to settle with on the couch in the evenings and maybe enjoy a short stroll around the block a few times a week, the Siberian Husky isn’t a match. The same goes for those looking for a devoted companion who lives to please and hangs on his owner’s every word.

But for people who want a dog to be a partner and friend, who will love children, greet guests, and get along with other dogs — and most importantly, for those ready and willing to provide consistent leadership and plenty of vigorous exercise every day — then a Siberian Husky will be a joy.

Although they usually get along well with other dogs, Siberians have a strong predatory streak and may consider small animals, including cats, prey. Those with multispecies households need to be extremely cautious with this breed.

As should be expected from a breed developed for snow country, the Siberian sheds year-round, but more so in spring and fall. On the upside, his short, thick coat requires little care, and frequent brushing will curb the shedding.

Siberians are not usually barkers, although they’ll often howl, especially to a siren. They are adept escape artists and have been known to climb over and dig under some pretty serious fences. Neutering may lessen the sense of wanderlust, but don’t count on it: Siberians should be microchipped and have an ID tag on their collars at all times if you want to help ensure their safe return after an escape.

Although working Siberians often live happily in kennel situations because they get lots of exercise, relegating a Siberian to the backyard isn’t a great idea. He’ll easily become lonely and bored, and that means he’ll become destructive. Siberians are world-class diggers when they’re not jumping fences and wandering for miles.

Finally, if you are looking for a dog who focuses only on you or will protect your home, choose a different breed. Siberians do not grasp the concept of strangers and may instead greet all with enthusiasm. A Siberian does not a good watchdog make.

Other Quick Facts

  • Siberians can have blue eyes, brown eyes, eyes that are a little of both, or one of each color. There is no relationship between eye color and eye disease in this breed.
  • The Siberian’s passions include digging and running. These are not behaviors that can be trained away.
  • The Siberian has a strong prey drive and probably isn’t the greatest roommate for cats and other small mammals.

Source: http://www.vetstreet.com/dogs/siberian-husky



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The Dachshund, short-legged, long-backed dog

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Famously described by H. L. Mencken as “a half-dog high and a dog-and-a-half long,” the Dachshund ranks among the most popular dog breeds in America. These short-legged, long-backed dogs are brave, bold and sometimes reckless, willing and ready to take on the badgers they were bred to hunt. To the surprise of their many fans, a 2008 study in the journal Applied Animal Behaviour Science named the Dachshund the most aggressive of all dog breeds.

Puppie Dachshund

Dachshunds are active, fun-loving dogs, but they can also be hard to housetrain, willful and feisty, which might make them a poor choice for many families, particularly those with children. Dachshunds are also wary of strangers and tend to bark loudly when their suspicions are aroused – or because a leaf blew across the lawn. That tendency to bark at the least provocation is just one of many reasons a Dachshund cannot be left alone out in the yard or live outdoors.

The breed descended from dogs bred to fearlessly follow prey into underground burrows and tunnels – a job a few of them still manage. Those traits make the Dachshund determined to the point of stubbornness, a bit aggressive with other dogs and an enthusiastic digger.

For those who love the breed, there’s a lot of variety: Dachshunds come in two sizes – the standard, weighing between 16 and 32 pounds, and the miniature, which is 11 pounds and under. They also come in three coat types: smooth, wirehaired and longhaired. All three coat types come in a variety of colors and markings, including solid colored, dappled and marked with white.

Dachshunds are good family dogs if they are brought up with kids, but it’s important to supervise play so that children don’t pick up or hold them incorrectly. Their adaptable nature and moderate exercise needs make them appropriate for anyone from young singles or couples to seniors.

Other Quick Facts
The Dachshund’s coat comes in an endless variety of colors and patterns. Solid red is probably the most popular color, but you will also see Dachshunds in cream, black, chocolate, brindle and dapple — lighter-colored areas contrasting with a darker base color.
Dachshunds are always alert and they have a big, deep bark. Both qualities make them superb watchdogs.
It’s a good idea to have ramps or steps up to furniture so the Dachshund doesn’t hurt his back jumping on or off the sofa or bed.
Protect the Dachshund’s back by holding him correctly: one arm tucked beneath his hind end and one supporting his front end at the chest, keeping the body in a horizontal position.

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The Pomsky a cross between Siberian Husky and the Pomeranian

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The Pomsky is a cross between two different breeds, the Siberian Husky and the Pomeranian. Opening your heart and home to a crossbreed, also known as a hybrid, is like opening a beautifully wrapped package on your birthday: You never know what’s going to be inside.

Pomeranian Husky Pomsy

It’s often assumed that a crossbreed will combine the best of two or more breeds, but genetics don’t always work that way. The manner in which genes combine and express themselves is not always subject to the breeder’s control — even less so when two different breeds with such disparate sizes and temperaments are crossed.

That’s why you can’t always predict how big that cute puppy will eventually become. It would be difficult, though, for a Pomsky not to be charming.

Pomsky puppy

Because the hybrid is relatively new, there frankly aren’t enough data to predict which aspect of the parents’ temperaments will be dominant. Both of his parent breeds can be affectionate and playful, although the Pomeranian is more likely to be a one-person dog. The Siberian Husky, on the other hand, tends to have a more independent nature. What you get depends on both nature and nurture.

A Pomsky can be a fun-loving playmate for children — preferably kids who are are at least 6 years old. Because some Pomskies can be extremely small, younger children should be supervised carefully any time they are with a pup as small as a Pomsky. If they accidentally fall on or drop the dog, they could hurt him. Adults and children alike must watch their feet when a Pomsky on the small side is around; it’s easy to accidentally step on him.

Pomskies typically require a moderate activity level that can be adaptable to their owner’s lifestyle. They need a short to moderate walk or active playtime each day, like any dog. If the dog’s overall health is good (your veterinarian can help determine that), a Pomsky can often be athletic enough to participate in such dog sports as agility, nose work, obedience and rally.

Pomsky puppies are adorable, and it’s one of the reasons they’re so popular. Cute puppies sell, and that makes the Pomsky a favorite of commercial breeders. There are breeders who are working to make the Pomsky a recognized breed, but as of yet the dogs are few in number and sell for big bucks — think $2,500 to $5,000.

If you do choose to buy one, select a breeder who has done the health testing to help ensure that her puppies won’t carry the genetic diseases common to both Pomeranians and Siberian Huskies. And while there are no guarantees in life, it may help minimize the possibility of certain big veterinary bills in the future.

Other Quick Facts
The size of a Pomsky can vary dramatically, from toy size to medium size. Like their parent breeds, the dogs can come in many different patterns and colors, such as grey/white, brown red, blue merle, blonde and more.
A Pomsky typically has a soft, fluffy, silky coat, prick ears and a furry tail that swishes over the back.
The Pomsky is usually bred from a Siberian Husky female and a Pomeranian male. Breedings are usually done through artificial insemination because of the size difference in the two breeds.

SOURCE http://www.vetstreet.com/dogs/pomsky



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Pomsky te koop België Nederland Luxemburg

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De Pomsky is een geliefde Designerdog. Hybride van de Siberische Husky en de Pomeranian.
Omdat deze Designerdog nog niet zo lang bestaat, zijn er nog geen vaste normen. Het zal ook nog enkele jaren duren vooraleer deze vormen en normen zijn vastgelegd, en het zal dus nog even duren vooraleer hij erkend wordt als ras.

Op dit moment kunnen Pomskies sterk variëren qua uiterlijk en temperament, zelfs binnen hetzelfde nest, dus het is niet waarschijnlijk dat er binnenkort rasstandaarden zullen komen. Als u geïnteresseerd bent in de aanschaf van een Pomsky, contacteer Woefkesranch

De dikke vacht van de Pomsky maakt hem bestand tegen koud, sterker dan de meeste andere kleine schoothondjes.
Pomskies zijn zeer aanpasbaar, hebben geen grote ruimte-eisen en hebben slechts matige oefeningsbehoeften, wat ze tot goede huishonden maakt.
De vacht van het ras is verkrijgbaar in verschillende kleuren, net als de oorspronkelijke rassen.
Pomskies zijn vocale honden die de neiging hebben om te huilen, of te blaffen als ze niet goed zijn opgeleid.
Socialisatie met andere honden en mensen is belangrijk, vooral op jonge leeftijd.
Pomskies zijn zeer leergierig, maar kunnen wat koppigheid van de Siberische Husky erven, dus een gediciplineerde opvoeding is aan te bevelen.

De Pomsky is een kleine tot middelgrote hond die ergens tussen de Pomeriaan en Siberische Husky-ouders van het ras in omvang valt. Er is enige variatie in grootte, omdat foknormen niet stevig zijn vastgesteld.

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Pomsky à vendre Belgique France Luxembourg

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Le Pomsky est une race de chien de designer qui est un hybride du Husky Sibérien et un Poméranien . Les adorables chiots Pomsky ont récemment attiré beaucoup d’attention et en ont fait l’une des races les plus populaires de 2017. En raison de la différence de taille entre les chiens parents, les Pomskies sont presque toujours élevés par insémination artificielle, car une reproduction naturelle serait dangereuse. C’est un processus coûteux, ce qui signifie que les éleveurs chargent beaucoup d’argent pour Pomskies

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Le poil épais du Pomsky le rend plus tolérant au froid que la plupart des autres types de chiens de grande sécurité.
Les Pomskies sont très adaptables, ne nécessitent pas beaucoup d’espace et n’ont que des besoins modérés en matière d’exercice, ce qui en fait de bons chiens d’appartement.
Le pelage de la race est disponible dans une variété de couleurs, tout comme ses races parentes.
Les pomskies sont des chiens vocaux qui ont tendance à être joyeux s’ils ne sont pas correctement entraînés.
La socialisation avec d’autres chiens et avec d’autres personnes est importante, surtout à un âge précoce.
Les Pomskies sont très faciles à entraîner, mais peuvent hériter de l’obstination du Husky Sibérien, ils conviennent donc mieux aux propriétaires de chiens expérimentés.

Pomsky Chien

L’histoire de la race de chien Pomsky n’est pas longue, principalement parce que la race a été récemment conçue et créée par insémination artificielle. Depuis que la race est si nouvelle, la plupart des normes sur l’apparence ou les traits qu’elle aurait dû avoir n’ont pas encore été établies. Il faudra encore plusieurs années et générations de chiens avant que la race ne soit reconnue et que des standards ne soient formés. Le Pomsky Club of America est un groupe qui s’emploie à faire reconnaître officiellement la race, bien que les chiens devront être élevés pour obtenir des traits spécifiques et cohérents avant que cela puisse se produire. À l’heure actuelle, l’apparence et le tempérament des Pomskies peuvent varier considérablement, même au sein d’une même portée, de sorte qu’il est peu probable que les standards de race se matérialisent. Si vous souhaitez acheter un Pomsky, visitez Woefkesranch.



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