1. Feeding matters of Bajirao




  1. Feeding matters of Bajirao

Some Baggies are obsessed with eating, especially the bored and lazy ones, and they have a particular way of taking advantage of your love for them to get food. If you feed a Badgido, it will only encourage his bad habits and quickly make them obese.

So here are some things to keep in mind when feeding Bajitu.

1 Use foods prepared by regular manufacturers.

2 Do not use rotten or unfresh food.

3 Always have a bowl of water on hand.

4 Don’t feed Bajido to high protein cats.

5 Keep Baguido food at room temperature and do not give them food fresh out of the fridge.

6 Handle unfinished canned food or soggy food without sympathy for the pennies, or it will be worse if it gets sick from eating unfresh food.

7 Throw away leftover dry food every night, not in the bajido’s food bowl, which tends to attract bacteria and insects.

8 Keep an eye on Bajaj’s weight and don’t let him get too fat.

9 Don’t feed Bajito with hard, sharp bones like pig bones; chicken bones are more brittle and soft.

10, If your bajidul won’t eat for 24 hours, it’s obviously sick, go to the vet right away.

11 Co-pot feeding: Some bajidos in the same family may be willing to eat in the same pot, but it is best to feed them in separate pots.

12, Overweight: If your Budgie is overweight, you will have to increase its activity and feed it less, or you can ask your veterinarian to feed a low-calorie diet. To achieve the ideal weight, feed only sixty percent of the standard calorie diet.

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Some dog owners like to prepare food for their dogs. If this is the case, different foods should be added gradually to acclimate the dog’s digestive system to this new food. Meat, eggs, cheese, and bread are commonly used as the dog’s food. If these foods make up the majority of the dog’s diet, some vitamin and mineral supplementation is necessary. Animal feed is a feed that comes from the body of an animal. It includes animal meat, offal, blood meal, bone meal, milk, etc. It is also called protein feed because it is rich in high quality protein. Meat is the most delicious feed for dogs, it not only contains a lot of protein, but also amino acids are more comprehensive and easy to digest. For example, the protein content of pork, beef, lamb, chicken and rabbit meat is 16 ~ the protein content in fish is between 22% for 13% ~ the protein content in eggs is about 20%.6%. In order to meet the dog’s protein needs, there must be a certain amount of animal feed. Animal feeds are also rich in iron and B vitamins.


II. Physical Characteristics of Bajidu




II. Physical characteristics of Bajidu


The head is large and well-proportioned. The length from the occiput to the muzzle is greater than the width of the forehead. The width of the head is in the whole, and the head is moderately wide. The skull is hemispherical, with a very pronounced occipital projection. A broad, flat skull is not standard. The length from the nose to the concavity is approximately the length from the concavity to the occipital bone. The sides are flat and the cheeks are not raised. From the side, the muzzle and the top line of the teeth of the skull are straight and parallel planes, and the depression is more pronounced. The skin of the entire head is loose, and when it is bowed down, there are visible wrinkles on the forehead. The head is dry and the skin is tight and unqualified. The muzzle is deep and thick, but the muzzle is not long. The nose is dark black and black is best. The nostrils are large and completely open. A dark reddish brown nose in keeping with the color of the head is permissible, but not optimal. Teeth are large, complete, neat, and interlocked or fully occluded. Protruding upper jaw or protruding lower jaw is a fatal flaw. Lips are black, pendulous, straight cornered in front and sloping backward, with the upper lip hanging loosely. The laryngeal droop is obvious.

The neck is very strong, moderately long and arched. The eyes are gentle and sad, with a slight sunkenness and distinct transient membranes. Brown and coffee are the best colors. Eyes that are light but consistent with the overall color of the dog are also allowed, but not optimal. Very light or prominent eyes are not acceptable. The ears are long and low, overlapping just at the base of the nose as they move forward. They are soft and velvet-like in texture, loosely closed and dangling with a slight inward curl at the base. The ears are located very far back on the head, at the base of the skull, and appear to grow at the nape of the neck when at rest. High or straight ears are a serious defect.


The rib structure is long and smooth. Extends backwards. The ribs are very flexible and provide adequate space for the heart and lungs. Ribs with flat and concave edges fail. The dorsal line is flat and straight, neither sunken nor arched, or it fails.

[Hind legs and hips]

The hind legs and hips are very full and rounded, about as wide as the shoulders. He cannot appear loose and weak compared to his full body length. This dog stands firmly on its hind legs, exhibiting a natural dropping of the rear Cong knee and never curling up. From the rear, the hind legs are parallel and neither turned inward nor extended outward. Bull joints or bent legs are a serious drawback. The hind leg is straight forward. Excessive inclination and lack of angle of the hind legs and hips are serious disadvantages. Even with upper paws, they disappear.

The chest is deeply sunken. The prominent sternum appears clearly in front of the legs. The shoulders and elbows are near the sides of the chest. The distance from the lowest point of the chest to the ground should be no more than one-third of the elevated portion of the scapulae on the back of the adult Badger Hound. This distance must, of course, allow him to walk freely while working in the field. The shoulders are very backward and strong. Sloping shoulders and flat front elbows to the outside are serious defects. The forelegs are short and strong, with heavy bones and creased skin. The foreleg protruding ball is substandard. The paws are thick, the pads of the feet are hard and thick, very round, and all four feet are slightly angled outward to maintain balance with the width of the shoulders. Feet below the tether are severely flawed, toes are neither pinched nor separated, and each toe carries the weight of the front of the body equally. The wolf paws may have disappeared.


The tail is not on the tailbone, but on the extension of the spine, which bends slightly and lifts happily. The hair at the base of the tail is rough.


The Baguette Hound walks in a smooth, strong, easy manner. As a short-legged scenting animal, it has its nose on the ground. The key to a proper gait is perfect coordination between the front and rear legs. It walks in a straight line with its hind legs in line with its front legs, with proper hip flexion and no stiffness. The front legs do not wobble, intertwine or overlap, and the elbows are close to the body. The hind legs are similar to the front legs.


Hair is hard, short and smooth, very thick and suitable for all kinds of weather. Loose and elastic skin. Obviously long hair does not fit the criteria.

Allowing for any recognized hound color, the distribution of color and markings is unimportant.

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Medium-sized, loyal, and dedicated to his owners and family, the Pugilist is considered an ideal pet and house dog that does not require a lot of care or grooming. Although the dog has short limbs, adequate exercise is necessary for good health. In addition, proper space to move and a proper diet are important to prevent overweight and arthritis. The dog’s lower eyelids are ectropion, so it is important to keep the eyes clean and wash them with boric acid water daily to avoid infection. Exercise for about 40 minutes a day. Although the legs are short, they are still good at hunting prey because of their keen sense of smell and long endurance. The dog’s face always seems to keep a sad expression, but it is lively and cheerful, intelligent, pliable, obedient, considerate, loyal and lovely. As times have changed, the dog’s use has gradually changed from hunting to being a human companion, and should be a great breed for families to keep.

Baggies are gentle, love to play with children, and get along easily with other doggies. Budgies love to roam, need lots of daily exercise, have a mind of their own, they have a relatively high IQ and proper training can make them very obedient. The Pug’s personality lends itself to being kept in an apartment. It is a loyal family member, so it gets along easily with any family member. It can also be used for hunting, tracking, obedience, etc. Its only drawback is that it can sometimes make some very low growling noises, especially when you are left alone in the house.


III. Bajido Dangerous Foods




III. Bajido Dangerous Foods

The following nine foods are delicious for humans but pose a threat to Bajirao’s health and should not be fed or fed sparingly:>

Chocolate [can be fatal] The theobromine in chocolate reduces the blood flow to the brain in animals and can lead to heart disease and other fatal threatening problems. The higher the purity of the chocolate, the higher the theobromine content and the greater the risk to the dog.

2, Onions and shallots [Danger] Raw or cooked onions contain disulfides, which are harmless to humans, but can cause oxidation of red blood cells in cats, dogs, sheep, horses, and cattle. It can cause hemolytic anemia.

3 Raw or cooked liver [dangerous] A small amount of liver is good for dogs, but too much can cause problems. Because liver contains high amounts of vitamin A, it can lead to vitamin A toxicity. About 3 chicken livers or other animal livers per week can lead to bone problems.

4, Bones [Danger] Bones that break, such as chicken bones, can pierce the dog’s throat or cut the dog’s mouth, esophagus, stomach, or intestines. If you want to feed bones, cook them in a pressure cooker. Bone marrow is a good source of calcium and phosphorus. Chewing on large bones helps remove tartar.

5 Raw eggs [dangerous] Raw egg whites contain a protein that depletes the dog’s body of vitamin H. Vitamin H is a nutrient that is essential for growth and for promoting a healthy coat. In addition, raw eggs usually contain bacteria. Hard-boiled eggs are perfect for it.

6 Raw meat and poultry meat [dangerous ~ fatal] The dog’s immune system is not adapted to poultry and meat raised in captivity. The most common salmonella and bacillus bacteria are very dangerous to dogs.

7, Pork [not recommended for feeding] The fat globules in pork are larger than other meats and may clog the dog’s microvasculature. Avoid pork products, especially bacon that contains sodium nitrate.

8, Milk [not recommended] Many dogs suffer from lactose discomfort. If a dog has farting, diarrhea, dehydration, or skin irritation after drinking milk, the milk should be stopped. Lactose-compromised

compromised dogs should have lactose-free milk.

9, mushrooms [not recommended ~ fatal] Eating mushrooms and grinding mushrooms in the market is not harmful to dogs. However, dogs should be avoided so that they do not develop the habit of eating mushrooms and accidentally ingesting toxic mushrooms in the wild.

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The animal’s diet is something that requires a lot of attention to detail. What can and cannot be eaten must be analyzed clearly, and foods that affect the animal’s health should be given with more care. The food you give to your pugilist should be light and not given with salt. The reason is that food with salt will cause your dog’s sense of taste to decrease and make it easier to get on fire; if you get on fire, it will make your dog’s eye boils increase.

It is recommended that you feed some dog food or kibble and fruit every once in a while for a change of flavor. Always eating one kind of food Bajitu will also get bored. Dog food is rich in vitamins, proteins, etc. It is definitely good for the growth of Bajaj and keeps your dog healthy. If the dog does not eat dog food, you can feed it with beef soup and chicken soup soaked in dog food. Bajido is more likely to eat. Remind you that there is a learning curve to soaking dog food in soup. Do not use soup containing salt, preferably clear soup. Use hot soup or hot water soak for half an hour Use cold soup or cold water soak for more than 1 hour, dogs will usually eat it. If not, you can buy some chicken breasts to feed, because they are easy to digest.


IV. Bajidu deworming matters




IV. Deworming matters of Bajidu

Puppies should be dewormed when they are 20 years old.

Most puppies have intestinal parasites that are contracted by the mother dog through the placenta or milk. The usual intestinal parasites are: roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms. Affected puppies suffer from loss of appetite, lethargy, and stunted growth; constipation or diarrhea, abdominal pain, vomiting, and increased abdominal girth. Severe infections can lead to serious complications and death. Parasitic infections in adult dogs are usually invisible, so even if no insects are found in the feces, they should be dewormed promptly.

Puppies are first dewormed at 20 years of age and once a month until they are half a year old. They are dewormed quarterly starting at half a year old and every six months as adults. It is recommended that you use a worming medication specifically for dogs and cats so that it is safer.

[Nematode repellent]

1 “Insect Repellent Energy Tablets” from Taiwan Province’s Youda Company is effective with few side effects

2, levamisole, a very cheap and useful drug sold everywhere at a dosage of 10 mg/kg, taken orally.

3 Roundup thiamethoxam 10-12 mg/kg, orally.

4, Avermectin, 0.2 mg/kg, subcutaneously use with extra care and strict dosage control in puppies.

[Anti-tapeworm medicine]

1 Praziquantel, 5-10 mg/kg, orally.

2 Methotrexate clonidine 70 mg/kg, fasted for 12 hours before administration. repeat after 2-3 weeks.

In addition, the broad-spectrum wormicide ivermectin is very effective in deworming, but it also has relatively large side effects and is limited to adult dogs on a strict dosage basis. Contraindicated in Collies>

Parasites such as coccidia and heartworm need to be dewormed in the presence of a physician. The main ectoparasites are fleas and lice. The drug Follistim, imported from France, can be used to get rid of ectoparasites. There are two kinds of sprays and drops, which are effective, safe and have few side effects, and can be used by puppies. In addition, there is a domestic deworming drop, which is also very effective and of good quality at a low price. As for flea collars, it is recommended not to use them because they are too toxic and dogs and cats have been paralyzed by using them!

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Most puppies have intestinal parasites that are contracted by the mother dog through the placenta or milk. The usual intestinal parasites are: roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms. Affected puppies suffer from loss of appetite, lethargy, and stunted growth; constipation or diarrhea, abdominal pain, vomiting, and increased abdominal girth. Severe infections can lead to serious complications and death. Parasitic infections in adult dogs are usually invisible, so even if no insects are found in the feces, they should be dewormed promptly.


V. Body odor problems in Bajidu




V. Body odor problems in Bajidu

[Ear cleaning]

When you notice that your Pugilist is fluttering or scratching his ears a lot, it indicates a problem, but many careless owners notice a bad odor in their Pugilist’s ears. In fact, this can be reduced if the owner cleans the ear wax in the right way.

The presence of earwax can help the ear fight foreign sources of disease. The colors of earwax are white, light yellow, and yellow. Shapes ranging from powders and lumps to soft mud are normal, but it must be cleaned regularly or normal ears will have a bad smell. In the past, most owners have used cotton swabs to clean their Bajan ears, but if the Bajan ear wax is wet and soft, it can accidentally push the wax deeper into the ear and cause discomfort to the Bajan ear. In this case, it is best to soften the ear wax with medicated water and then remove the wax with the force of Baggido shaking his ears.

[Anal cleaning]

Clean the anal line regularly and protect the health of your Pajito regularly. Many Baggitos are loved by their owners to be obese, causing the Baggitos to develop swollen anal glands. When owners notice that the Baggitos are often squatting on the floor with their front feet rubbing their buttocks, or that the Baggitos have been trying to bite their buttocks but have dermatitis near their buttocks, or that the Baggitos have small pustules around their anus, this is a small anal gland problem.

Anal glands have the function of helping to identify the bajito, as each bajito’s anal glands smell differently, as the most common action when bajitos meet is to smell each other’s buttocks. In addition, when a Bajeto lives in the wild, anal gland fluid is left in the grass to show the Bajeto’s range of strength, but a Bajeto living at home has less exercise and less leg muscle strength, and the excess anal gland fluid cannot be pushed out, resulting in a blockage and swelling of the anal gland build-up. At this time, the anal glands can produce undesirable odors, leading to inflammation, bleeding and even rupture. Therefore, when helping Bajirao to bathe, the owner can help Bajirao to clean the anal glands to keep Bajirao healthy.

The way to clean the anal line, it is recommended to ask the veterinarian exclusive to Bargito to demonstrate once, more accurate to catch the skills, owners just need to pay more attention to these three areas, not only will find the smell of Bargito much improved, but also can reduce the chance of Bargito sick, love Bargito you may want to try.

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Pets live with us every day and their body odor always affects their owners. Most owners often help their dogs bathe with delicious shampoos to remove their dog’s odor, but the effect is limited and often leaves the dog with skin diseases, in fact, with a few tricks, you can significantly improve the dog’s smell.

Baggitos like to show intimacy by helping their owners wash their faces, but can be psychologically damaging after being severely rejected by their owners. In addition to this problem, some Baggitos have unknown swollen bleeding eyes, bleeding cheek ulcers, or bleeding nostrils, which are examined and found to be a problem caused by dental calculus; in older Baggitos, bad teeth can lead to malabsorption of nutrients, decreased antimicrobial properties in the Baggitos’ mouth, and bacteria can easily invade the body of the bajido. In the long run, they are very harmful to the body of the Baggidus. What should I do? In fact, as long as the owner helps Baggido to clean his teeth regularly every two years to effectively control his dental calculus, Baggido will be able to breathe well.

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