Why cats don’t smell
Observe the cat and you will see how much time she devotes to her toilet. It is no coincidence that cats were called neat cats. Indeed, they can sit almost…

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Animal life span
The average life span of animals varies, depending not only on the type of animal, but also on other factors, such as whether they live indoors or outdoors and the…

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Feed ProBalance
ProBalance feeds also claim to be premium. They are produced in the Russian division of the Danish concern Aller Petfood A / S. The formulation and production technology of each…

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problems

Why take care of dog teeth?

Since childhood, we have been trying to maintain dental health, and for this we regularly visit the dentist, because timely treatment will help to avoid not only the appearance of painful sensations, but also significant material costs. In turn, dog teeth also need regular care.
Let’s look at the most common diseases of the oral cavity in domestic dogs and find out why this happens.
Dental plaque is one of the most harmless diseases and with timely care for the teeth of the animal is easily cleaned at home.
Tartar is a consequence of the accumulation of plaque on the teeth. Getting rid of stones is somewhat more difficult. Continue reading

Pet Care After Vaccination

Perhaps no other medical invention has saved more lives than vaccinations. Modern vaccines are extremely effective and safe. However, animals usually experience mild side effects after vaccination. Sometimes an animal needs help in overcoming these side effects.

Side effects of vaccination

• Redness, soft swelling, and soreness at the vaccination site
• Decreased activity level (fatigue)
• Loss of appetite
• Minor fever
• Nasal discharge, sneezing, coughing, or other respiratory symptoms that may occur 2 to 4 days after the intranasal use of the vaccine (vaccinations with drops or sprays through the nostrils) Continue reading

Fascioliasis
Fascioliasis is a helminthiasis, from the group of trematodoses, a disease of many species of mammals caused by the trematode Fasciola hepatica (Fasciola vulgaris). The causative agent is F. hepatica,…

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Carnivore Plague
Carnivore plague (infectious catarrhal fever) is an acute viral disease characterized by fever, catarrh of the mucous membranes, pneumonia, skin exanthema and damage to the nervous system The causative agent…

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Animal life span
The average life span of animals varies, depending not only on the type of animal, but also on other factors, such as whether they live indoors or outdoors and the…

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Why cats don’t smell
Observe the cat and you will see how much time she devotes to her toilet. It is no coincidence that cats were called neat cats. Indeed, they can sit almost…

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