Animal Feeding

An animals feeding requirements will vary depending on the species, age (i.e young or old), type, status (working pregnant, lactating or ill)

Feeding an adult corn snake

Feeding an adult corn snake

Corn snakes are usually not
eaters if they have the proper heat and enclosure. One important aspect of feeding that is often overlooked is the addition of
hiding areassoilcrickets
to the cage. Corn snakes, like most snakes, like to feel secure in their environment. One way of providing for this need is to put hiding spots in the enclosure.. Corn snakes kept without appropriate hiding areas become
and may refuse to eat.

Hatchling corn snakes begin eating pinky mice, and progress up to adult mice once they are mature. A good rule of thumb is to feed the snake a food item that is the same, or close to, the snake's diameter. Feed an item that is too large, and the snake will often
regurgitaterefuse to eat
it. Snakes will also regurgitate if they do not have a
area or if they are
too soon after they eat. Corn snakes can be fed two times a
, but once is usually enough. You will need a pair of tongs to offer the snake the food with and it is often a good idea to feed the snake in another tank or box and not its own tank, so that the snake does not associate something moving in its tank with feeding time and striking your
. Clean
should be available at all times, corn snakes drink often.

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Feeding a dog after surgery

Feeding an old dog after surgery

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feeding an old dog after surgery

–°ombine elements from the left column with the elements on the right
this can help diagnosing problems after surgery
Heating the food
will enhance the flavour of the food and increase the dogs desire to eat it
cooked rice or cooked pasta
is gentle on the tummy and can be added to chicken or meet following surgery
low fat/sodium chicken or beef broth
for dogs refusing to eat but are drinking this is an alternative way to ensure they are receiving nutrients
record and monitor dogs food and fluid intake
usually experienced after antithesis and will reduce a dogs appetite