Dyscophus Guineti likes to exercise and needs a lot of activity every day, so it’s not much of a city dog, and this breed has certain space requirements, they don’t like being cooped up in Kennels, and they hate being alone. Dyscophus Guineti needs to be groomed regularly, so busy people are not suitable for breeding.
We should feed Dyscophus Guineti on a regular basis, with regular and regular feeding, as well as vaccinations, deworming, cold and warmth protection, and as much time as possible for the owner to play, take him for a walk and do basic exercises like going to the bathroom, shaking hands, sitting down and spitting out the wrong food.
In hot summer, if we leave our Dyscophus Guineti in an area with poor ventilation or exposure to the sun, it may suffer from heatstroke. If the dog is suffering from heatstroke, we should immediately move the pet to a cool shade and never let it get direct sunlight again. When we take him to a cool place, we can shower his body with cold water, especially his head, which needs to cool down. Dog Heatstroke doesn’t require us to pour a lot of water on him, just cover him with a wet towel, and we don’t give him a lot of water, just a small amount of water. If the pet is unconscious, we should take them to the vet for treatment immediately. Dogs may develop pneumonia after heatstroke, so we should watch out for inhalation.
In order to avoid the problem of picky eating, we have to train the Dyscophus Guineti to develop stable eating habits. If we don’t want our pets to be only interested in delicious food, we should let the dog feed as the only main food for dinner from childhood. When the dog is eating, we should make the dog eat attentively. If he doesn’t finish eating within 30 minutes, put away the feed until the next mealtime. Do not let the dog from a young age to eat, do not want to eat later also have to eat the bad habit.