When grooming theNorwich Terrier, it should be combed once in the morning and evening for 5 minutes each time. Pay attention to the sequence of combing: starting from the neck, from front to back, and from top to bottom in sequence, that is, from the neck to the shoulders, then back, chest, waist, abdomen, hindquarters, then comb the head, and finally, It is the limbs and tail. You should comb one side before combing the other side. Combing method: Combing hair should be combed and pulled quickly in the direction of the hair. When grooming long-haired dogs, many people only comb the long hair on the surface and ignore the fine hair below. The undercoat of a dog is soft and dense. If it is not combed for a long time, it will form tangles and even cause eczema, tinea, or other skin diseases. Therefore, when grooming a long-haired dog, you should comb layer by layer, turn the long hair up, and then comb its undercoat. Types of combs: hairbrush, elastic wire brush and long and sparse metal comb. The brush can only make the ends of the long hair fluffy, but not the fine hair. When grooming long-haired dogs, brushes, elastic wire brushes, and long and sparse metal combs should be used together.
Feed the Norwich terrier as long as it is seven minutes full. Don't overdo it; if you eat too much and run and jump after a meal, it is easy to spit out intact. For puppies who are kept in cages all-year-round, eating is their rare entertainment, so they will be greedy like a starving ghost. Don't be fooled by them, thinking they are really hungry. But a dog that doesn't eat enough does not have a lot of activity, and does not excrete well, may be really sick and need to be taken to see a doctor. When changing the food for the NorwichTerrier, don't change it all at once. Every time you mix half of the new food, try for two or three days, gradually increase the new portion, and then use the new one after a week. Only in this way can the dog's digestive system adapt to it, otherwise it will be prone to diarrhea. Many people think that a dog just wants to gnaw bones. In fact, gnawing bones can easily block the dog's intestines, making it constipated, causing vomiting and poor appetite. Especially chicken bones must not be, because they are small and brittle, they can easily block the esophagus and pierce the gastrointestinal tract. When feeding, be sure to give plenty of water at the same time. There is no need to use distilled water or boiled water, their stomachs don't care about these.
For the Rottweiler terrier who loves exercise, a certain amount of fat intake is necessary to satisfy its exercise consumption. Protein is the key to maintaining life, so you can often drink some pet milk during the breeding process, not the milk you usually drink by yourself. You can feed some meat, but not too much, usually dog food is the main thing. Because the Rottweiler likes to exercise, it is inevitable to get into the grass. The coat needs to be cleaned up properly. If it is not cleaned up in time, it is easy to breed parasites such as fleas and lice, and it is very likely to develop skin diseases. When cleaning the coat, you can first use the row comb to comb against the hair flow to surface the dirt hidden in the hair, and then follow the hair comb to clean up the dirt. Although it is a trivial matter, for the sake of the dog's health, we still have to take care of it.
The Norwich Terrier that has just entered the house will be at a loss when it is unfamiliar with the natural environment. It will excrete in various parts of the room in order to find a safe place for proper excretion. If the owner finds that the dog is willing to defecate, immediately take it to the bathroom, living balcony, or outdoors, and wait for the address you think is suitable, which will make the training of designated excretion easier. The owner can limit the scope of action of the shepherd dog that has just entered the door and can lock it into a small house. The selected natural environment is the area where the Norwich Terrier will be immobilized to go to the toilet. Pave a layer of the newspaper within this area, and then let the Norwich Terrier defecate on it. The neat newspaper is removed every day, leaving newspapers containing the Norwich Terrier urine. The size of the newspaper is reduced step by step. After a period of time, the Norwich Terrier will poop on the stationary newspaper. In that way, the personal behavior of the Norwich Terrier in the fixed area to go to the toilet is trained.
Here we need to pay attention to it. When taking care of the born Norwich Terrier, because it can be breastfed when it is just born, and then weaned when it grows teeth, it can start to feed it liquid food, and canned meat is warmed with boiling water. Make it into a paste, or heat the small dry food to soften it. When you are two months old, you can start eating young dog food.