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WE DID THIS PAGE DEDICATED TO PEOPLE THAT
THEY FINISH TO PURCHASE A DOG OF THE FILA BRASILEIRO BREED.
ITANHANDU KENNEL WISH YOU GOOD LUCK!
The first contact:
Usually, on the first night, your dog may bark, making himself heard for most of the night. To avoid this take home a piece of cloth from the kennel from where it came and line the place where it stays overnight. The smell of her mother and her brothers impregnated in this cloth will make her feel at the moment, which will give the animal peace of mind.
Do not forget the basic utensils like water and food containers according to the age of the puppy. Preferably to that food with which he is already accustomed.
The floor where he lives should not be too smooth, as this can damage the puppy's joints that are still forming.
Try to leave your dog in a place of easy cleaning and that it can be well heated. Be sure to connect lamps near the ground on colder days. Avoid drafts.
Educate your dog to eat at certain times. Remove the canister as soon as it has finished eating and keep it clean. Remains of food may be soured and can cause serious complications such as diarrhea. Home-made food can also be harmful to your dog's health, as they may not meet the nutritional requirements for minerals, vitamins, and protein he needs. In addition your dog may reject the ration if accustomed to homemade food. In the first month you can introduce the ration by mixing a little milk so that it eats better. Feed 4 times a day.
In the second month you are introducing dry ration, but continue giving milk because the queue needs a lot of calcium. From the second to the sixth month, feed 3 times a day. After the sixth month feed 2 times a day. Never leave your Queer food only once a day, as it is very common in the breed to torsion the stomach. Always leave fresh and clean water for your puppy.
Properly observe your puppy's vaccination schedule, thus avoiding diseases that could be fatal.
From the 30 days of life your puppy should be vaccinated against parvovirus, coronavirose, distemper, leptospirosis, hepatitis, parainfluenza and rabies. Follow your veterinarian's guidance.
It is important that the puppy is dewormed from the 15 days of life, since the verminoses, besides being fatal, can bring serious risks to the human beings. A good vermifugation often prevents the puppy from dying. Listen in advance to your veterinarian's opinion.
REMEMBER: YOUR PUPPY SHOULD BE TREATED WITH CARE.
CARE WITH YOUR PUPPY
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