|Issue No. 48 What's inside|
|Niko and Santa Claus|
"Floh", the mongrel that looks like
one of his parents was a Yorkie, had served his master, the
farmer Mehwald, as a faithful companion for many years...
When Floh became on heat, the farmer's wife locked him up in the
chicken's space to move about in. But this time, the farmer's
wife hadn't been careful enough: "Rudi", farmer Lars'
dog made the most of her rashness at the first opportunity -
that's when began Floh's story of enjoyinng and suffering ...
|How does it look, the ideal Feeding?|
Dried fodder, tinned food or better self-made?
In principle, both dried and moist fodder are suitable under the
condition that they are offered separately. If you want to cook
for your yorkie yourself, you should have good knowledge of
all the necessary ingredients ... The general assumption, that a
dog needs varied feeding with often changing ingredients is
|Household remedies against winter diseases|
As far as harmless winter diseases are
concearned, there is no big difference between the human body
and the animal one. The old household remedies heal - only the
way of administering them must be suitable to the anatomy of the
body. cough, cold, and hoarseness, inflammations of the jaws,
the tonsils or the eyes, infections of the gastrointestinal
tract, chapped noses snouts and paws - you can get the hack
of all this with household remedies ...
|Also in the Yorkshire-Terrier-Journal No. 48|
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