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Five pet facts you didn’t know!

Update Time:2023/11/2
Five pet facts you didn’t know!

Do you know enough about our lovely pets? Let’s take a look at the following pet tips!

1. Destroying things and "destroying homes" is a "good thing" that pets often do. 
Whether they are cats, dogs, or small rabbits that seem harmless to humans and animals, they will tear up sofas, beds and other furniture. This is mostly because they the teeth are growing and need to be molared if not. The teeth will keep growing and eventually it will become impossible to eat. You can prepare pet-specific teething sticks for them, which not only grinds their teeth, but also reduces the risk of house demolition. 


2. Young pets should not be bathed frequently. 
Young pets that have just been brought back should not be bathed frequently. At this time, they are too young and fragile, and their resistance is very low. They will get sick if they are not careful. At this time, just wipe it gently with a wet towel. 

3. Pets also dream. 
Pets also dream when they are asleep, and sometimes they wake up from nightmares. Don’t make too much fuss, just comfort them in a timely manner.


4. Pets will be very noisy when they first arrive home.

When you have just brought your pet home, your pet will be very restless, yelling, and noisy when it is out of its familiar environment. In this case, you need to try to give them a sense of security. Once they adapt to the new environment and you as their master, they will calm down.

5. Pets should not use the air conditioner for a long time

Even strong people cannot stay in an air-conditioned room for a long time, let alone pets!


This is some knowledge about raising pets. If we want to raise pets well, we still need to know more, such as disease prevention and control, deworming, pet training and some taboos. Keep following our account to learn more about pet raising!