Rabies vaccination dog and cat
Rabies is a 100% deadly disease of cats and dogs. Rabies vaccination is mandatory for cats, dogs and ferrets .What are rabies vaccines used for?Monovalent (rabies only) or polyvalent (rabies…

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Bravekto, Frontline Nexgard Spectra - tablets for dogs from fleas, ticks and worms
Tick ​​Tablets: NexgarD Spectra and Bravecto The first pills for fleas and ticks in Russia appeared in 2016. These were Frontline NexgarD and Bravecto. In Europe, these pills began to…

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10 questions you should ask your veterinarian
In order to diagnose faster and more accurately, it is extremely important for a veterinarian to obtain comprehensive information. Before visiting the veterinary clinic, we recommend owners write a list…

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Ferret disease, how to avoid problems?

It is not a secret for anyone that regular examination by a veterinarian is the main method of prevention and early diagnosis of various diseases of any animals, ferrets are no exception.

Many diseases of domestic ferrets are often asymptomatic as long as the disease can no longer be controlled and effectively helping the animal becomes a non-trivial task. Continue reading

Parvovirus enteritis in dogs: symptoms, treatment, vaccinations

Do you love your dog and want her to be happy and healthy? Then you should take care of protection from a dangerous disease. Here you will find out why prevention from parvovirus infection is extremely important.

What is dog parvovirus infection?
Canine parvovirus is an infectious disease that affects mainly the small intestine. The disease is very contagious. It ends with grave consequences, often fatal. Continue reading

Removal of tartar by ultrasound in dogs and cats
How to prepare an animal for professional cleaning teeth with a scaler? Before each procedure, the veterinary dentist conducts a pet's oral examination. This not only allows you to assess…

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Panleukopenia cats: symptoms, treatment, vaccinations
Feline panleukopenia (also known as infectious enteritis or cat plague) is caused by a virus of the family Parvoviridae, of the genus Parvovirus (a small, small-sized DNA-containing virus with icosahedral…

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