The reagent saves us from ice, but it also has a downside-especially for dogs. How is the reagent dangerous and how to protect your pet from it?
Walking with your dog in the winter season, you are almost guaranteed to meet with the reagent. Of course, it will protect you from falling on the ice, but, unfortunately, it can also cause health problems. If we step on the reagent with the thick soles of winter boots, the dogs contact it with the pads of their paws. Why is it dangerous? Continue reading
Dogs have a very sharp nose, and their sense of smell is 50 times sharper than a human’s. They can smell the right object for several kilometers. Hunters take a dog on a hunt to look for shot prey, sniffer dogs help in the search for missing people. Dogs that help detect drugs and explosives are specially trained.
The dog reports the find in two ways:
– passive: if you found what you needed, sit down or stand next to the detected item;
– active: in the place where she found the desired substance, digs the ground or other surface. This method can be used to detect drugs, but when searching for explosives, it is not suitable – the dog is in danger. Continue reading