Give your dog enough exercise to keep him physically fit (but not exhausted). Most dog owners find that playing with their canine companion, along with walking him twice a day, provides sufficient exercise. Walking benefits people as much as it benefits dogs, and the time spent together will improve your dog’s sense of well-being. If you have questions about the level of exercise appropriate for your dog, consult your veterinarian.
The Himalayan (a. k. a. Himalayan Persian or Colourpoint Persian as it is commonly referred to in Europe) is a breed or sub. breed of long. haired cat identical in type Himalayan breed profile. A description and photos of Himalayan cats. Personality of the Himalayan. Other cat breed profiles listed. Persian and Himalayan Cat Rescue (PHCR). Helping with the placement and care of unwanted and abused Persian cats since 1990Information links and breeder contact information for the Himalayan cat breed. Himalayan. Of the 700 cats that our rescue places per year a great majority are Himalayans. These cats are known for their sweet nature and charming personalities. The popular Himalayan nicknamed the Himmy is a colorpoint version of the Persian although at least one cat registry considers him a stand. alone breed.
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