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Take the four-legged friend from the street

Step-by-step instructions on how to proceed


Imagine how you on your way home see a funny dog ​​on the street and realize that you can’t leave him here.


But what to do next, when you have made the decision to take a four-legged friend home? Anyone can shelter a street animal. During the war, according to our research, the number of homeless animals increased by more than 60%. Most of them are abandoned pets. Show your sympathy and give your love to the cat or dog and he will be a loyal friend in return. We give step-by-step instructions on how to act:




1. MAKE SURE THE PET IS NOT LOST.


It may happen that the tail already has an owner, so first check if there is a collar with information about the pet and his owner.


2. VISIT A VETERINARY.


If the pet turned out to be abandoned, then it is advisable to take him to the veterinarian immediately, on the first or second day. The specialist will determine the general condition and provide recommendations for care and feeding.


3. SANITARY PROCESSING.


After the street, it will be necessary to carry out sanitary treatment.


It is important, if you did not find fleas, then do the bath procedures with ordinary means. It is not necessary to use a flea remedy, as this can cause additional damage to the pet. (Fleas are best seen on the belly, where there is less fur).


4. FEEDING.


Do not give too much food at once. Especially if the animal is exhausted. It is necessary to feed light food, small portions and only twice a day. If the animal looks cheerful and healthy in appearance, it should be fed based on age recommendations.


5. WATER.


Water for the tail should be constantly available. Buy bowls, ideally several, to place in different corners of the room. Make sure that the water is fresh and in sufficient quantity everywhere.


6. GIVE TIME FOR YOUR PUPPY TO GET USED TO YOU.


Yes, life on the street is a big stress. But the animal has already learned to survive, and changing the environment to a new, unfamiliar one causes new stress. Show the tail that he is safe with you. Remember that adaptation can last up to 3 weeks or more.


7. A WALK ON THE STREET.


You may have difficulty getting your new friend to walk on a leash. Our advice: wear the collar when the pet is calm. After this is done, praise your pet, treat him with treats and give him time to get used to the new accessories. Let it come, lie down and only then go outside.


8. DOCUMENTS


Make a veterinary passport and chipping. Also, purchase a QR passport and enter all the necessary information about your animal into the Animal ID database.


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