When you want to buy or gift a pet it is good to be informed before.
If you want to be the owner of a dog, cat, rabbit, parrot or any other animal, it is good to be informed from the professional breeder rather than an internet search.
And if you want to give a pet as a gift to someone, it’s important to know that the person can be responsible and able to raise him and that he really wants it. In other words, make sure you are on the same wavelength.
Pet shops have always had an increase in sales during this time of the year (holidays). These holiday gifts bestowed on us with the best intention are often returned or abandoned. We are trying to send an alarm because it has just passed Saint Nicholas and we already have some cases of animals received and abandoned.
The pets requires as much attention as a newborn child, maintenance and food costs are not to be neglected, and medical costs also must to be taken in consideration.
Most animals can not adapt to a new home immediately and show anxious behaviors, such as the gnaw of various objects, urination or agitation.
As a suggestion, try instead of an animal under the Christmas tree to put a book about pet growth and perhaps after long research and discussion you will make the right decision.
Last but not least, we want to point out that we are not the followers of buying pets when shelters are full of dogs and cats. So adopt, do not buy.
Each species abounds with different breeds both in appearance and in necessity.
At our non stop veterinary clinic you will always have a doctor who can advise you both on choosing a suitable animal for the time and the needs of everyone and about the proper care of the animal.