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TODAY: SHOOTING SESSIONS. WHAT A PHOTO SHOOTING AT FERPLAST LOOKS LIKE

It seems impossible, but every day is a shooting day at Ferplast! And who are our models? Dogs, cats, birds, bunnies and hamsters. There are always novelties to photograph, but these are often just still lives, pictures of the products, which are then used in our catalogues, folders, leaflets and packaging. Ferplast believes it’s crucial that the images you find online or on the packaging of our products be faithful reproductions of the products themselves, to avoid nasty surprises when opening the products.This is why we have a photo studio in our premises, better equipped than those of several famous magazines.We would like to take you on a tour through our company, and the first stop is right here.

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A PUPPY AT HOME. THE EARLY WEEKS

The puppy we decided to adopt at Christmas is still getting used to his new family, but he needs to be educated right from the beginning, at least when it comes to peeing and pooping. Of course, no puppy is expected to learn where to pee in just a couple of days, so it’s important to take “accidents” into account. It’s important to commit to educating him right at first, so that he’ll soon learn to pee and poo only where we tell him to. A brief guide:

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VIPs and PETS

VIPs are never away from their cats and dogs: they take them for walks, post their pictures on social networks, some even create Instagram accounts just for their pets, like Paris Hilton did for her Pomeranian, who now has more than 85 thousand followers. VIPs are pet lovers, perhaps because the love offered by a dog or a cat is unconditional, a genuine feeling that may be hard to find otherwise.

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HAMSTER’s LIFE

Today we’ll get to know four little friends: Anna, Matteo, Pixel and Spyke.   Anna and Matteo wanted to add two hamsters to their little zoo, and their mum Laura, from whom they have inherited their love for all animals, couldn’t help but say yes. “I wanted to give my children pets because I believe it’s important to educate them to respect animals, from an early age. For the children the hamsters are much more than a plaything; I’ve taught them to take care of them, to pamper them, and in exchange the pets give us much to laugh about”.

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