Every year, earlier and earlier, the long-awaited and beloved spring comes. And with it, ixodid ticks, which are dangerous for our pets, are carriers of the deadly disease – pyroplasmosis
“Imagine, they didn’t manage to save Shusha from the neighboring jack Russell yesterday in the veterinary clinic! It was untreated – they did not think that the ticks would go so early … ”I heard, walking with the dog on the court.
“… And now I process it all year round. Last year, my tick Sylvia bitten already in early March, but we did not notice. They understood that something was wrong only when she did not get up for a walk in the morning. We ran to the veterinarian – the doctor first took an analysis for piroplasmosis and sent the dog to a dropper. She already completely snickered at that moment, she didn’t even raise her head when we called her. The diagnosis was confirmed – it was a tick bite. And, if we noticed her ailment a day later or Continue reading