Kefir in the diet of Pets

Cats, dogs, hamsters, rats, budgies, Canaries, aquarium fish, exotic reptiles and amphibians, and colorful insects – what Pets does not happen. People since time immemorial is looking for a “spiritual relative” among the diversity of animal life on the planet. This craving to find his second “I” is due to the search of his ties with nature, humanity lost a thousand years ago.

The diet of our little brothers is different from human, but they also need proteins, fats and carbohydrates to delight us with its immediacy, by its form and attachment to the owners. In any supermarket you can find a large selection of different dry feed mixtures and canned food for Pets. To pick up food, it is best to consult with a veterinarian, a pharmacist in a special pharmacy or pet store. Experts will help you to develop a diet for your “friend”, advise the manufacturer quality feed.

Many Pets need in dairy products, especially yogurt VIVO. But this product requires a special relationship, if it is included in the diet of animals and birds.

Special yogurt for animals not available, but dairy products starter cultures VIVO eat recommended only with the permission of your vet!

Kefir for Canaries and parakeets

Domestic birds mainly feed on serovikov, and as drinking use pure water. Yogurt as a source of calcium, which is essential to all living organisms, the birds should be offered infrequently, at most once a week. Moreover, the larger the bird, the bolder she can give milk products. If the Canary will be enough 1 teaspoon a week (often even less), then a large parrot can be offered a tablespoon twice a day. The main condition is that the yogurt should be low-calorie.

Kefir in the diet of domestic rodents (Guinea pig, chinchilla, rabbit)

Calcium home to rodents particularly important. Of course, its special content in the feed increased. However, yogurt will not be superfluous in the diet of these Pets as a source of not only calcium, but protein. However, the fermented beverage can be offered in very small amounts and not more than two times a week. Kefir is better to choose low fat and not too fresh.

It is important to watch your pet after the first use of yogurt. Make sure there is no allergic reaction (it is rare). For rodents yogurt mixed with grain feed.