Long-haired Guinea Pigs need due to their long hair in contrast to long-haired Guinea Pigs also Peruvians called do not live in the wild. As a subspecies of conspecifics based originally in Central and South America, they have been bred explicitly for the people. Their coat is long, dense and shiny; Red, black, white or multi-coloured. Arises for you as holder /-in these long-haired cheery Fellows a special commitment in the grooming: truncation of the fells, provide relief from the heat and help the rodents, so that the skin doesn’t get in the way them – for example by urinating or grooming. Long-haired Guinea pig may like their other conspecifics about 8 years old and are up to about 30 cm long. Males are significantly heavier than the female, which make it an average 1000 g with nearly 1700 g. Please keep not individually long-haired Guinea pig.
You want as pack animals along with their own kind and not exclusively with animals of other species, as E.g. rabbit, in spacious, draught-free and not too warm cages with spout and attractive hideout and game offerings are held. Do not Guinea pig please just when longhair litter dusty sawdust; use preferably pressed pellets. Just when the long-haired rodents, there is the danger by using the sawdust of fur tie-ups. Offer a variety of food from various grasses and hay the rodents. Also, leaves, bark, fruits and roots should not be missed, with just fruit due to the sugar content should be fed only very gently. You should further information to the attitude and care of your pet, here under long-haired Guinea Pigs find further useful information around the guinea pigs, but also information about how to install guinea pigs and their attitude, what are to be considered in the Guinea pig birth and how you should deal with babies and young animals or not. Take good care of your Guinea pig and it will give you a lively and healthy pet long remain.
Dogs Trust informed about the use of Orthopedic dog beds dog is the oldest companion of man. Over thousands of years a close relationship has evolved, were bred in the course of which numerous breeds of dogs for a variety of purposes. Unfortunately also hereditary disease predispositions emerged from these efforts, of which osteoarthritis has experienced a wider dissemination. Dogs Trust’s dog experts inform about the occurrence and the treatment of osteoarthritis in dogs, to increase the quality of life of affected animals and to avoid the emergence of the disease. In particular large dog breeds are affected by osteoarthritis. Their genetic predisposition favours the formation of arthritic disorders of the locomotor system in combination with a heavy, fast-growing body, the joints and tendons. Dogs, just like people in the average also getting older, making the development of age-related wear and tear, such as osteoarthritis, is more likely.
Arthritis are chronic, inflammatory diseases of the joints. An inflammatory phase, and finally the removal of cartilage follows on the injury of cartilage in the joint. Once mined, this substance not newly formed. In consequence there abnormal build up pieces of bone in the joint, whose Bestandteile less fit together. Movements throw together a friction of the ankle bones at this point, which is very painful and cause further inflammation a vicious circle takes its course.
In addition to the described genetic assessments of various dog breeds and disc wear and tear arthritis in dogs found their cause in malnutrition or overloading. Avoiding illness, puppies should receive feed, that is only moderately energy- and thus promotes a slow, healthy growth. Also be sure to refrain from the overload of dogs through age-appropriate movement. Osteoarthritis is recognized in dogs due to their high pain tolerance in particular on changes in behaviour. Affected dogs show Difficulties to get out of the sleeping posture in movement increasingly lose the desire to game and movement or stairs can go less well than before the disease. Arthritis are chronic, non-curable diseases. For this reason, it is important to find an experienced vet already in the event. Therapeutic measures can stop the progression of the disease or slow down, putting a targeted combination of controlled movement, weight and medication use. Use appropriate orthopedic dog beds reduces the load on affected joints, promotes a restful rest period and thus relieve suffering of the animals. Is a therapy is initiated at an early stage, a dog with arthritis can be worth living old. More around the man’s best friend and the optimum design of dog beds questions the experts at Dogs Trust on their home page. Press contact: Bobby pad Ltd. & Co KG Thomas Gebler rattling trail 13 34295 Edermunde – Besse Tel.: 0 56 03 / 61 74 E-Mail: Homepage: Orthopedic dog beds
The use of lemon balm is diverse. Information about the usage and cultivation. The lemon balm (Latin: Melissa officinalis) is a medicinal plant of the Lamiaceae family (lat.: Lamiaceae). She comes from the Eastern Mediterranean and Western Asia, was cultivated in temperate and warm areas but all over the world and is often savaged. Lemon balm is a durable, long-lasting plant that reaches height between 20 and 90 cm, rarely up to 120 cm. More or less intense smells lemon, this fragrance can be vertstarkt due to the wear of the blades.
A plant can be up to 30 years old. Lemon balm is a Rhizome, which very short runners go out, running underground. The stems of the balm stand upright and are branched. The petioles are about 1.5 to 3.5 cm long and very rarely up to 9 cm long, the leaves are between 2 to 6 cm. Their shape is oblong ovate and runs around or with a short tip. The leaf margin is regularly and rough jagged. The flowers of the lemon balm lemon balm can bloom in three to four times a year. The flowers are pale yellow at the beginning of the flowering period, later they are white to reddish.
The flowers are in half whorls, each between 3 and 7, in the edge of the upper leaves. The leaves are between 2-6 mm long, the flower bracts are ovate and between 2 to 5 mm long. The calyx is 7-9 mm long and is covered with soft hairs and short glandular hairs. A flower leads nectar and is by APIs mellifera and Bombus spp. (bee spp.) dusted. The use of lemon balm is the lemon balm has always been as a spice, medicinal and used as bee pasture plant. The leaves are used as a spice in the kitchen for drinks, salads or compotes or tea infusions. A tea infusion of lemon balm can be reassuring and is recommended for sleep and relaxation disorders and gastro intestinal disorders. Also wine and liqueurs can of lemon balm extracts obtained be. A known preparation, which contains also balm is the Klosterfrau Melissengeist. As a remedy, especially the leaves are processed. Liquid or dry extracts and tea infusions, often in combination with other soothing, healing dried plants, including supportive affect the function of the stomach and can be useful also in case of nervous overload. Because lemon balm leaves have a high content of phenolic carboxylic acid derivatives they have antiviral and antimicrobial, used for example in a treatment of cold sores with a balm ointment to spread the cold sore to restrict and inhibit inflammation. Colds and circulatory weaknesses can be improved in addition to a general treatment with balm oil. However it is rarely available in the trade, because it is a very expensive drug is often Alternatively lemon grass oil or citronella used.