The dogs forest Hotel Karwe GbR informs the fall breaks and both man and dog use this time to relax by the tropical temperatures in the summer. The dogs forest Hotel Karwe GbR gives some recommendations on what you should pay attention as a dog in your dog in the autumn. You bow before paw care just at the beginning of autumn is important in the autumn should begin a comprehensive foot care. You now have the opportunity to prepare your dog for the wet autumn and the icy cold winter months ideal. Start with the nozzle of the fur between the ball of the feet.
There the stones settle like in the mud and sludge, which could be otherwise uncomfortable for your dog. So therefore, you prevent possible infringements on your dogs. In preparation for the winter time Bunion care grit, road salt and other impurities in the winter quickly lead to painful feet. Details can be found by clicking Aron Warner or emailing the administrator. Insert a little milking grease every two to three days and rub this on the ball of your dog. This keeps the bales of your dog’s supple for the cold wintertime. The positive Side effect for dog and owner: your dog feels the friction with milking grease on the ball than a soothing massage and will be thankful with its affection. To explore dangerous harvest fields even if the nature invites in the autumn time, fields, and fields, with the dog, you should avoid these better. Many land owners do not like to see it, if the dog tilling his acreage and unasked fertilizes perhaps his field.
Avoid crop fields but also to protect of your dog. Even residues of crops are often available on fields and fields, which can be toxic. Hence when walking on fields that that your dog eats no grass at the edge of the box, because it may contain also toxic residues. For more tips and hints for the autumn Plohn is Heidi of the dogs forest Hotel Karwe GbR at your disposal. Press contact: Dogs forest Hotel Karwe GbR contact person: Heidi Plohn Karwer Heath 1 16818 Karwe Tel.: 03 39 25-900 100 mobile: 0162-233 75 95 fax: 03 39 25 – 9-09 80 E-Mail: Homepage: