Infection with leukemia leads to death in 85% of cats with persistent infection (when the leukemia virus resides in the cat’s body) for 1.5 – 3 years after infection.
Leukemia infection is usually manifested as anemia or lymphomas, but since the virus adversely affects the immune system, the risk of infection with other infectious diseases and the appearance of other symptoms increase. Continue reading
Despite the fact that urological syndrome (UIC) as a whole can be successfully prevented, this syndrome is often found in cats and is a big problem especially in adult animals (often in the form of urolithiasis in cats). The syndrome occurs in both sexes, but for cats, urological syndrome is a serious danger. Continue reading
Dogs are extremely inquisitive and love to play. Even extremely calm dogs sometimes get scratches and other injuries. This can happen during a game, sneaking through the bushes or simply digging holes. Eye injuries in dogs are a fairly common problem.
More often than other injuries, damage to the eyes requires immediate treatment to the veterinarian ophthalmologist. Continue reading