What is rabies?
Rabies is a deadly virus that infects the central nervous system (CNS) and causes acute encephalitis. Rabies can affect all types of warm-blooded animals, including humans. From animals to humans,…

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Dog Diabetes Treatment
Diabetes affects not only people, but also animals. While people show a willingness to change their lifestyle to help treatment, pet owners are faced with additional problems that animals, as…

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How cats fall
Most members of the feline family tend to view the area from a height. Large forest cat lynxes spend most of their time in trees, in ambush or in pursuit…

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The youngest cat breeds

We humans, for the most part, are experimenters! We are always searching, we are driven by a thirst for knowledge, and, as a result, many technical inventions, works of art, new directions in creativity are born … And also new breeds of animals. We have already talked about new dog breeds more than once; today it’s the turn of cats.
An interesting fact is that although cats and dogs were domesticated by humans at about the same time, there are more than 400 dog breeds and only 200 in cats. Most likely, this happened because the dogs are guards, hunters, and shepherds, and nannies, and watchmen, and companions, and more requirements for them. Continue reading

Animals can also be donors

Who are all blood donors is known to all – these are the people thanks to whom many human lives have been and will be saved. In Russia, two days of the donor are celebrated – All-Russian and Worldwide.
But there are situations when a blood transfusion is required not for a person, but for an animal. What do doctors do in this case?

It turns out that in many cities of Russia there is such a practice – animal donation. So any vaccinated dog aged from one to 5-6 years old and weighing over 25 kg can become a donor. Continue reading

What colors do dogs see?

Dogs, like most other mammals, have no color vision. Yesterday in 1909, it was established that dogs do not distinguish colors, but only respond to the degree of brightness, in other words, suffer from color blindness. Later reports appeared that a small percentage of hunting dogs seem to be able to distinguish some colors of the spectrum.

However, at the end of 1969, an explanation was published in a special consultation, from which it follows that dogs have achromatic vision and see the world only in black and white. In other words, they see a color image in gray tones. Continue reading

Signs and symptoms of rabies
A symptom is what the patient feels and can describe, and a sign is something that other people, for example, a doctor, can notice. For example, drowsiness may be a…

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Mini versions of large dogs
In our, frankly, difficult time - a time of change, many not for the better, a time of depression and stressful situations - the only thing that saves many of…

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Overweight in dogs, obesity
Did you know that over 30 percent of pets are obese? If your dog is overweight, he is at risk for diseases such as painful arthritis, heart disease, shortness of…

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Dog Adenovirus
Dog adenovirus is an acute disease of young carnivores, characterized by fever, damage to the respiratory system, digestion, conjunctiva and lymphoid tissue. The disease is common among carnivores of all…

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