Introduction to Samoyed
Introduction to Samoyed
The Samoyed has thick, hardy hair and is suitable for cold places, not heat tolerant, requiring 24-hour air conditioning to regulate the temperature if kept in the heat of summer, but also requiring good ventilation. The Samoyed is rich in hair and should be groomed once a day normally and once after going out for exercise depending on the situation. A lot of exercise is needed and daily exercise is necessary.
More work will lead to less anger
Smart, elegant, loyal, adaptable, alert Loyal, adaptable, alert, active, eager to serve, friendly but reserved. I like to be around people and have a strong attachment to them, so don’t ignore him. If a dog is neglected, he will do things that seem to him to get your attention but seem to you to be inexcusable, such as chewing on furniture, peeing everywhere, and making a mess of the house. When you come home and see this, you will be angry, but if you really love him and want this to never happen again, then hold back for a while and swallow him with anger and “goo”, don’t hit him at this time, because the dog you hit now doesn’t understand why, and such a dog must be caught on the spot to admit it.
Remember to find more things for your dog to do in his daily life because he is very enthusiastic and eager to work. Give enough coaching from the beginning of the puppy otherwise it will be difficult to correct some bad habits. In general, the Samoyed is more suitable for the family. The key is to give it enough space to move around and to play with it regularly, it will always surprise you with something unexpected. Top 10 points for raising a Samoyed
Ten key points for raising a Samoyed
1. The Satsuma can only be raised, cared for and trained patiently if it is treated as a human companion and friend. You can’t be temperamental or hot and cold with him.
2. Satsuma dogs do not have human intelligence, cannot think logically, and do not understand human language. The Satsuma can only learn through memory. So be patient when training, repeat the code or gesture over and over, and gradually help them develop certain behavioral habits without being too hasty or demanding.
3. The emotional connection between human and Satsuma is a prerequisite for human and Satsuma living together. Therefore, the owner should have more contact with the Satsuma, care more about the Satsuma, and treat each other kindly.
4. In contact with others, Satsuma dogs are different in their studiousness and adaptability. Therefore, we should be careful to treat them differently in different situations and not abandon and abuse the laggards.
5. It is important to study and understand the qualities, characteristics and habits of the Satsuma in order to develop and shape it to its characteristics and the needs of the person.
6. One never loses self-restraint when dealing with a Samoan. Understanding, patience and love should always be the same. It is most undesirable for a Samoyed trainer to beat and abuse a Samoyed. Even if a Samoyed makes a mistake, the punishment should be appropriate. Otherwise, it will not only abolish a good Satsuma dog and lose the meaning of having a Satsuma dog, but also does not comply with the regulations related to animal protection.
7. Don’t overindulge your Samoan. Be careful not to be paranoid. Adequate outdoor exercise and appropriate punishment for mistakes is a loving way to treat your Satsuma.
8. Reward and punish the Satsuma appropriately and promptly. The training of the Satsuma will be shaped with half the effort if the rewards and punishments are appropriate and timely.
9. The Samoan is a running animal. He enjoys and needs exercise to stay healthy and Samoan by nature. He should not be confined to a house or pen with a limited range of motion for long periods of time.
10. Prepare the Satsuma kennel and other Satsuma equipment before choosing a Satsuma and bringing it home. It is a good idea to learn and understand something about Satsuma ownership first. Different types of Samoyed breeding methods
Different types of Samoyed breeding methods
A well-developed, fit and sexually active breeder will produce more and better offspring. Therefore, it is important to feed the male dog a diet with higher animal protein than the average dog and to raise him strong, not too fat or too thin. It is best to feed them individually and to maintain regular exercise. Half an hour in a large playground or field 2-3 times a day. During the breeding season, breeding males and non-estrus females should be penned together to stimulate the male’s sex drive. At the same time, foods high in protein and vitamins, such as lean meat, hard-boiled eggs and milk, should be added to the diet. In addition to the usual morning and evening feedings, an extra meal in between.
After delivery, the bitch should promptly clean the delivery room, remove dirt and dead fetuses, and clean the bitch’s vulva, tail, and udder with slightly warm water and soap. Strangers should not approach at this time to avoid emotional stimulation, panic or even biting. Two or three days after the delivery of the bitch, feeding should be appropriately reduced, and gradually increased after four days, returning to normal in about a week. During the period of breastfeeding, the bitch should secrete enough milk every day, so the amount of food and the number of feedings should be gradually increased to enhance nutrition. They should be fed 3-4 times a day and have enough water to drink at any time. In terms of nutrition, broth or milk should be increased appropriately in addition to the protein and vegetables of the finishing food. Some bitches, especially newborn bitches, do not have enough milk to feed their dogs with brown sugar water or glucose water, and add vitamin C.
After the puppies are born, observe them several times a day to prevent the mother from crushing them. Newborn dogs have deaf ears and closed eyes. Dogs usually open their eyes from day 9 to day 13 after birth. 13 to 17 days before they can hear sounds. Until the puppies open their eyes, special care should be taken for weak dogs. When the mother is nursing, she should place the weak puppy at the multi-nursing teat and check to see if the puppy has climbed out of the delivery bed and should be returned immediately. Hearing does not come into play until a week after birth. About 21 days after birth, the puppy is able to walk gradually, at this time need to prevent running out of the delivery room. After 25 days of life, the dog’s appetite is particularly strong and breast milk cannot meet the demand, so it must be supplemented with small amounts of milk, rice soup or porridge, and small amounts of cod liver oil, fish meal and bone meal. Puppies should be medicated with roundworms at 3 weeks of age and then repeated every 3-4 weeks until they are 16 weeks old, and then checked for eggs in the feces at 6 months of age. After the first month and a half of life, the dog should be gradually switched to a food-based diet. Feed 3-4 times a day to meet the dog’s growth and development needs. Puppies are weaned after 50-60 days of nursing.
Post-weaning puppies are extremely important to raise and manage. From weaning to 6 months is the key to raising a good dog, and the month after weaning is the most difficult time to raise a dog. The high incidence of disease during this period is mainly due to improper feeding management, which reduces the growth and development of the puppy and its resistance to disease. After weaning the dog, the food should have protein, feeding to avoid eating too much, less and more meals is appropriate. 2-3 months old puppies are fed 4-5 times a day, each time only 80% full. Puppies should be taken care of when they eat so that the weak dogs do not eat the food and the strong ones grab too much food.
Old dogs are afraid of cold and heat. So don’t leave him out in the open for too long when it’s cold, give him a warm, dry comfort zone, and let him stay outside in the shade of a drafty tree in the summer. Due to the reduced activity, most old dogs become fat and stupid. Therefore, we should be careful to control the food vitamin food. Older dogs have lost their eyesight and hearing, and are less responsive. It is best for dog owners to direct them with petting or hand signals, not shouting at them, and not forcing them to play with children and puppies. Samoyed mini-profile
Samoyed mini profile
Breed: Samoyed Samoyed
Body Type: Medium-sized dog
Life expectancy: about 10-14 years
Hair: Extremely rich, thick, pliable, with a thick polar epidermis. The Samoyed has two coats: the lower layer is short, soft and thick; the outer layer is long, coarse and straight. The coat forms a ring collar around the neck and shoulders, especially for males. On the front of the head and legs, the hair is short and smooth; outside the ears, the hair is short, distant and smooth. There is good soft hair in the ears. The hair forms pants on the back of the thighs. There should be a protective layer of hair growing between the toes. The tail should be covered with abundant hair. The epidermis of females tends to be shorter and softer than that of males. A good coat always has a special shiny sheen.
Color: Pure white, cream or light brown. The basic color is white with light brown stripes. Never have the impression of dark brown.
Size: male 57cm error 3cm, female 53cm error 3cm.
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