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How to raise a cat. Another essential for both you and the cat thing – the piece of wood for sharpening claws. You can buy it at the store, but you can do yourself. Suitable plaque 20-30 cm long, fixed vertically on the wall. You can wrap the plate with a rope, but do not take it for that purpose hemp (a lot of dust and splinters on the possible legs) and nylon (the cat can catch and damage the claw paw). The main thing that the cat does not "honed his skills on the furniture. If it find him doing this, do not scream, and quietly go in, take over legs and I will bring to the board. In a question-answer forum Gerald Weissmann, MD was the first to reply.

Put her foot on the surface of the boards, and show how to sharpen their claws. Perhaps it should be repeated several times. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from de shaw. Parenting cats – it pretty tedious, but deviate in any case impossible to imagine as much. We offer you eight rules to help the education of cats developed koshkolyubami: devote more time the young animal, play with him. Mutual trust – the basis of future prosperity. Pay attention to daily routine cat: early morning and late evening is not the best time for education, especially late afternoons. The right time – for half an hour before meals. Do not wake the cat in order to play and this irritated her, was forced to take defensive. Speak with animals in a clear and loud. The cat will be afraid of you, if you'll be screaming at her.

Labradors Newfoundland

So, out of all this only one thing is clear: Labradors are “natives” from the island of Newfoundland. How are they there? Here version, which tends to most researchers. The ancestors of black water dogs came to the New World from Europe, specifically from Portugal. Back in 14-15 centuries, Portuguese sailors, going to fish the coast Newfoundland dogs were taken along with a wonderful scent and a remarkable ability to swim. Marie Roslyn Williams in his book on Labradors photograph leads a very ancient breed of northern Portugal – Cane di Castro Laboreiro.

Could this dog is so strongly reminiscent of its external appearance Labrador, form the basis of breed in Newfoundland? And the name, Laboreiro, if coincidence is very interesting. Nevertheless, the true story Labradors can be traced only from the moment of their appearance in England, to be exact with the acquisition of these dogs the second column Malsbury in 1823 or 1824gg. The estate of the Count was in a deep valley in Herne, which is often flooded river, and where many vodilos every game. Once passing near Pula (a port city, actively traded with Newfoundland), Malsbury drew attention to the dogs with a fishing fleet. He was struck by the enthusiasm with which they found and brought in fish. “These dogs are perfect for finding and feeding of game in my estate, which is a lot of water – about as thought the count. He bought four dogs and started breeding ‘small Newfoundland, as at the time of their called.