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The formation of the Curly-coated Retriever can be traced back to the Irish Longhaired Water Dog, in addition to some of the characteristics of the Labrador Retriever that can be traced in them.The Curly-coated Retriever was first shown to the public in England in 1860 as one of the first breeds to be officially used for hunting. Despite their attractive appearance, robust body and extraordinary working ability, we hardly see them at all. It is said that because curly-coated retrievers are very picky eaters unlike other breeds, few people take these dogs on hunting trips anymore.
To make the Curly Retriever live a little longer, parents should not feed their dog like a child, and should never give out human food to the dog at mealtime because he is being cute on the sidelines, as this will greatly shorten his life span. Here are some key points about feeding the Curly Coated Retriever.
1. Don’t give your Curly Retriever puppy the opportunity to swallow chicken bones, ribs, or fish bones because they can lodge in the throat and then break apart, and if they don’t stay in the throat, they can slip into the body and puncture the stomach wall and intestines.
2. Don’t let your Curly Retriever puppy eat people’s leftovers, because your dog’s nutritional needs are different from those of humans, and if you use human recipes for dog food, it’s not only time consuming, but it’s hard for your dog to get a complete and balanced nutrition. There are many brands of dog food on the market today, and this feed is scientifically formulated to be delicious, comprehensive, easily digested and absorbed, and very easy to use. According to statistics, dogs that eat dog food for a long time live more than a third longer than dogs that do not eat dog food. And the smell of body odor, breath and excrement is also much reduced, which is a good boon for dogs living in apartments.
3. Don’t give your Curly Retriever puppy a snack between each meal, and if he obeys other training, give him a small snack as an incentive.
4. Remember not to let your Curly Retriever puppy eat at the table, as this can lead to a bad habit of begging for food. You can only feed a specific food at a specific time and place, and the food can only be placed in the Curly Retriever puppy’s bowl, not in any other food utensil. In addition, don’t forget to provide your dog with an adequate amount of clean water.
You should get a good amount of exercise every day. You can’t just do whatever you want, sometimes several times a day, sometimes once every few days. The amount of exercise varies depending on the breed, age, and individual of the dog. Some small dogs, such as Chihuahuas, Pekingese, Squirrel Dogs and Shih Tzus, are small, so if they are allowed to walk a long distance every day, their heart will often be affected by excessive exercise, so a free walk at home every day is enough exercise. Some small dogs, such as Teddy and Miniature Pinscher, have an active personality and require more exercise than other small dogs, so the amount of exercise should be increased appropriately. Some hunting dogs, such as Afghans, should be allowed to run for more than 15 minutes a day. Before the outdoor traction exercise, they should be allowed to move freely for a few minutes before defecating. In the exercise, they should maintain the correct walking posture, keep a proper distance from the owner, and correct the walking habits of either front or back, or left or right.
The dog should be on a leash when going out for exercise. The first point is that the dog should be on a loose leash, especially in the city streets, so that it is free to roam, to prevent it from being hit by cars or disturbing pedestrians, or from meeting other dogs and fighting, especially to prevent biting pedestrians. The tether of the dog should not be too tight or too loose, too tight will affect breathing, too loose easy to fall off, to have a certain degree of freedom is appropriate.
The dog should not be placed in a place where people or other dogs gather to prevent the spread of certain diseases.
In a safe ring mirror, you can give some plastic gummy toys and let them play freely or lead them to run around.
For working dogs such as hunting dogs or police dogs, swimming exercises in the summer are good whole-body exercises to make the dog develop a proportionate physique. Rapid movement in open areas and flying over obstacles can lead to good structural development of the shoulders and promote the development of the chest, especially the forehead. In order to exercise the back muscles and the bouncing power of the rear area, activities such as jumping over the boardwalk, high obstacles and continuous obstacles can be performed. In order to exercise the dog’s speed walking, you can perform bicycle rope traction exercise, in combination with the curve changing direction of movement , but also exercise the dog’s whole body joint flexibility and agility of movement.
In conclusion, there are many different forms of exercise for dogs, and they can be chosen for different purposes, with the average reward dog being exercised mainly for health care and the service dog being exercised for specific performance. After returning from exercise. Drink enough clean water, dry the whole body with a towel and brush off the dust. Do not feed immediately after exercise, at least 30 minutes of quiet rest, otherwise vomiting is likely to occur. There is also the fact that dogs with joint disease should avoid summer swimming and strenuous exercise.