Pets, in particular cats, as well as people can get sick with various diseases. Respiratory system disease can lead to respiratory failure, so it is important to know the symptoms and treatment. You also need to know how to provide first aid in order to save the life of your animal.
Consider a list of diseases of the respiratory system:
Rhinitis – inflammation of the nasal mucosa, which can occur in the primary form (infection with parasites, mechanical damage), in the secondary form (infection), be acute, chronic, catarrhal and follicular.
The primary form of rhinitis can occur due to the cooling of the animal’s body, when inhaling dust, smoke. In this case, the mucous membrane of the cat becomes dirty and swells, after which breathing becomes difficult. Chronic rhinitis has a tendency to reoccur. Inflammation can go to the larynx, pharynx. Continue reading
The most sociable birds are considered to be Jaco. These small gray birds accurately copy the human voice, and by their tone you can immediately determine who the object of imitation is a man or a woman. Amazons and Corellas speak perfectly, but their speech is different from human. Good interlocutors are obtained from cockatoos and macaws. Budgerigars stand at the same level with them, which, despite their small size, with proper training, willingly talk with the owners.
How to teach a budgerigar to speak?
Capable individuals learn to pronounce their name without training. But for the best effect, follow a technique that tells how to teach a parrot to speak quickly and clearly. Continue reading
Like humans, cats are prone to dangerous diseases. Colds, infections, specific cat diseases, dangerous viruses and bacteria – all this threatens pets. Vaccination is an effective preventive measure that allows you to maintain the health of the animal.
It may seem that viruses are not a threat to domestic cats. They do not contact with other animals, do not eat food from the street, do not leave the apartment. The risk is minimal.
Nevertheless, vaccination of cats is necessary because:
the owner can cause infection on clothing or shoes (lichen, for example);
carriers of the disease can become guests in contact with sick animals;
a pet can become infected with rabies not only from cats and dogs, but also from mice and rats, if they get Continue reading