Monthly Archives: April 2017
Invasion means invasion. No matter how unpleasant it is to talk about it, but it’s necessary. Helminths (worms) often prevent our dogs from growing and developing normally. To prevent this, prevention is necessary. Practically, from one month of age, the dog must be given anthelmintic drugs. This should be done at least once a year. If you have doubts about the condition of the dog (losing weight, hair falls out), you can take tests. Continue reading
Leptospirosis is an infectious disease in animals. Birds, cats, mice, rats, minks, foxes, arctic foxes and even humans can be ill. Dogs are most susceptible to this disease.
Most often, leptospirosis in dogs occurs at a young age when the puppy’s immunity has not been fully formed. Both domestic and wild animals can be carriers of the disease. In the city, your pet can become infected by mice, rats, stray dogs and cats. Continue reading