1. Breeding

Pekingese is the famous Pekingese, is also one of the pet dogs that are very widely bred, this kind of dog is petite and robust, the expression is lovely and gentle, gentle and loyal to the owner, and it is relatively easy to raise. Of course, to raise a good Pekingese, parents also need to invest some time and spend some energy.

First of all, to raise a Pekingese you need to prepare a cozy and warm kennel for it, creating a warm living environment for it. Secondly, after the dog enters the house, the parents should start the necessary training and conditioning for it. Train the Pekingese to eat, sleep and defecate in a fixed place.

In life, parents need to take care of the Pekingese. It needs to be fed regularly and regularly every day. Dogs have their own appropriate food for life. For example, professional dog food, canned dog food, dog cookies, and then in the combination of fresh vegetables, lamb cooked in water, pork with less fat content and so on.

In addition, parents should also know the foods that Pekingese dogs can not eat, to avoid feeding these inedible foods to their dogs in life and lead to the occurrence of serious consequences. Generally speaking, Pekingese dogs can not eat onions, garlic, spicy food, food with high salt content, too much chilled food, raw meat, rotten and spoiled food, chocolate, coffee and other food.

In addition to daily diet and life, parents also need to take good care of their Pekingese. For example, combing the dog’s hair at least once a day, cleaning the dog’s eyes, ears, anal glands, toenails and other parts of the hygiene once a week, brushing the Pekingese’s teeth 3 times a week, bathing the Pekingese in a timely manner for a complete and thorough cleaning, protecting the dog’s body clean and avoiding parasites and skin disease diseases.

2. Deworming

There is no rule on the medication and timing of deworming, the most commonly used medication is levamisole, which is usually done once after the puppy is 20 days old, then three days in a row at 30-35 days, and then again before 60 days. For dogs that have not been dewormed by 6 months of age, the deworming should be repeated after the first deworming and then every three months thereafter.

Adult dogs every three months deworming, depending on the situation can be appropriate to lengthen the interval, deworming roundworms, such as levamisole, deworming tapeworms to use arsenic quinolone, trichomoniasis with metronidazole, different parasites should be used to choose different deworming medication, in general, if the parasites are more, the feces from the dog can be seen in the type of certain parasites, but trichomoniasis, coccidia need to be determined by microscope laboratory, so deworming must be The right medication should be given to the right person.

3. Vaccines

Immunization of puppies is critical and is usually done at 28 days of age with a puppy diphtheria or at 45-60 days of age with the first multiplex vaccination, followed by the second and third multiplex vaccination every 25-30 days thereafter. The other way is to do the first multiplex vaccination on the 50th-60th day of life, the second multiplex vaccination on the 80th-90th day, and the third multiplex vaccination at the sixth month. Vaccination should not be done too early, otherwise it will interfere with the immunity of the mother that the puppy carries (except for the Duplex for puppies), and two vaccinations at an interval of less than 15 days will cause the puppy to accumulate too many viruses in the body and lead to serious consequences. Adult dogs should be immunized once a year, or once every six months for kennels with high breeding density.

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