Many parents do not allow the child to have a pet, arguing that they can get a number of diseases. But with proper care and regular hygiene measures, living together is possible. It is also worthwhile to understand that you should not buy an animal from the first person you meet, as there is a risk of the presence of certain diseases. It is better to overpay and buy from the breeder with all vaccinations, examinations and documents.
Regular hygiene measures support the physiological processes in the pet’s body, thereby improving its health, mood and behavior. Daily mandatory procedures include the care of teeth, eyes, ears, paws, claws Continue reading
From time immemorial, domestic animals were considered faithful four-legged friends of man. But before you start a pet, you should understand that it requires a lot of care, affection and care. In addition, it is necessary to take into account the risk of contracting any disease from a beloved cat or dog. But this is not scary, any disease can be prevented or prevented from occurring by regularly caring for your animal, performing all activities, and also visiting a veterinarian.
According to numerous studies, there are some diseases that can pass from a pet to a person:
Ringworm is a common disease that affects the skin caused by pathogenic fungi. Pathogens penetrate deep into the skin, and the inflammatory process begins. The carriers of the disease are dogs and cats.
When affected by ringworm, the following symptoms in animals are distinguished: red spots, hair loss in the affected area, strong tooth. First of all, the disease manifests itself on the head, ears or tail, then goes on to the rest of the body.
When affected by ringworm, the following symptoms in people are distinguished: red spots, lack of hair in the affected area. Continue reading
How much water is needed for your cat and what determines the amount of fluid used, we will try to understand this article.
There are hot summer days and now more than ever it is important to have fresh drinking water. Cats have a unique ability to retain fluid in the body by concentrating urine. This skill is rooted in antiquity when our little four-legged friends were wild and lived in the desert steppe zones. Modern cats have inherited this skill from their ancestors, but how much water your cat really needs and what the amount of fluid used depends on, we will try to figure this article out.
What determines the amount of fluid consumed by a cat? Continue reading