Life is a complicated and dangerous thing … No matter how we take care of ourselves, misfortunes happen anyway. But we have an undeniable advantage – medicine. Relatives, friends, doctors, and even strangers usually help a person who is in a difficult situation, survives an accident and becomes disabled.
But animals can not boast of this. Disability, loss of limb for a wild or homeless animal means a death sentence. But some are all the same lucky, and good caring individuals appear on their way.
So lucky and Nakio (Naki’o). Although initially his life was not at all like luck. Continue reading
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 a rule, do not understand. Treatment plans should be based on an understanding of the natural fluctuations in blood glucose, but this is very difficult to determine. Researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna have shown that commercially available systems for continuous glucose monitoring can be applied to dogs without requiring a pet clinic. The information received can provide valuable guidance to veterinarians on improving dog treatment. Continue reading