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
Pets are susceptible to various diseases that can cause parasites and other environmental factors. For many owners, the problem of the appearance of worms in a pet is familiar. It doesn’t matter if he goes out or is home. These parasites can be located in any organ of the animal and adversely affect its general condition and organs separately. Let’s try to figure out how to recognize worms in a pet and help get rid of them, and even better, how to prevent infection.
Worms can be affected by any pet, so you should know the symptoms of parasites in order to start treatment on time. Consider some pets individually:
Worms in cats: symptoms, treatment and preventive measures
The appearance of worms in the body of cats can not be noticed immediately, since the symptomatology depends on the number and types of parasites. But more attentive owners will be able to determine this ailment by a number of characteristic signs:
decreased appetite, which is pursued by poor weight gain, and in kittens lag in development, weight and Continue reading