Dog Facts
Domestic dogs appeared about 15,000 years ago, since then more than 400 breeds with unique properties have been bred. A selection of dog facts will help you better understand the…

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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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What do you need to travel abroad with dogs?
A lot of people want to spend trips and vacations in the company of pets. Some simply have no one to leave a friend with, and someone simply cannot part…

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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 of the disease is the RNA genomic virus, has immunosuppressive properties.

The plague virus is susceptible: the family of canids (dogs, raccoons, wolves, foxes), the family of marten (mink, sable) and other carnivorous animals. Continue reading

8 easy ways to keep your dog barking
Dogs bark to communicate with each other and with their owners, but sometimes barking can get out of control. Constant barking can spoil the nerves of the family and create…

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Botulism
Botulism is an acute feed toxicosis of animals and humans, manifested in the form of paralysis of the pharynx, tongue, lower jaw, a sharp weakening of the skeletal muscle tone…

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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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US dogs and cats in numbers
The number of pet owners in the United States more than tripled between 1970 (67 million) and 2012 (164 million). In other words, in 2012, 62% of American families have…

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