Here are some of the judgments that we face at the reception in the veterinary clinic, in the exercise grounds, walking with dogs, in a circle of acquaintances and friendly conversation. Of course, everything that concerns animals, the decision is usually made by the owner, and you will decide or not to vaccinate your pet, doctors can only provide information, recommend, may be to insist.
So, first we need to understand that infectious diseases have not disappeared, they exist and will exist for the simple reason that the population of viruses is maintained in natural foci of wild and stray animals. And the incidence in the population of domestic animals decreased only at the expense of mass vaccination.
Vaccinated dog and cat healthy, the owner and members of his family . Leptospirosis and rabies – two highly dangerous disease that is transmitted to humans from domestic animals. And if the leptospirosis disease is extremely unpleasant, but treatable, however, with a lot of complications, then rabies is not treated.
Remember bird and swine flu . All of the disease against which vaccinated dogs and cats are highly contagious, these viruses are stable in the environment. Continue reading
“Mom, buy me a dog! Or a kitten!” sooner or later the kid will say. At worst, ask a hamster, a rat or a bug.
Of course, problems with the cleaning, and not only, you will be added, but it’s worth it to see the loyal eyes of your pet and grateful, glowing with happiness, baby! Especially for baby Pets use much more than we think.
Animals discipline, as it is entirely dependent on the host, thereby contributing to a no routine in his day;
Animals lift your spirits — or rather, it rises by itself;
Animals to stimulate physical development — after all, they need to walk and play (by the way, the dog or cat is a great partner for games);
Animals do not give out secrets and relieve feelings of loneliness: they can be trusted with their children’s mysteries, sorrows and joys;
Pets strengthen the immune system (according to experts), and relieve many illnesses;
Animals help to develop sensory, curiosity, observation, sociability; Continue reading