Rhinotracheitis of cats: symptoms, treatment, vaccination against herpesvirus
Rhinotracheitis of cats: symptoms, treatment, vaccination against herpesvirus The cat rhinotracheitis virus (herpes virus) is a widespread disease of cats in Russia. This is due to the fact that vaccination…

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Chlamydia cats: symptoms, treatment, tests, vaccination
Chlamydia is a common infection in cats in Russia. The causative agent of the disease is intracellular bacterium (lives in the cat's cells). Chlamydia species affecting cats - Chlamydia felis.…

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Piroplasmosis (babesiosis) of dogs: symptoms, diagnosis, treatment
There are two types of Babesia that can infect dogs: Babesia canis and Babesia vogeli, which are also known as “big babesies”. Babesia gibsoni and Theileria annae, similar to the…

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7 reasons for limping on the front or hind paw of puppies

Causes of lameness in puppies
If the puppy began to limp, you need to act quickly to prevent problems that may accompany him throughout his life. All these diseases should be treated as early as possible in growing dogs. If your puppy has a limp, contact your orthopedic surgeon. Continue reading

Coronavirus dogs – symptoms, treatment, tests and vaccinations

All the necessary information about the coronavirus of dogs: how to diagnose, symptoms, what tests to take, whether vaccination is necessary for this disease

What is dog coronavirosis?
Coronavirus is an infection affecting the intestines of dogs. Coronavirus does not cause severe harm to the animal, although it can cause some discomfort in the dog’s intestines. Continue reading

Coronavirus dogs - symptoms, treatment, tests and vaccinations
All the necessary information about the coronavirus of dogs: how to diagnose, symptoms, what tests to take, whether vaccination is necessary for this disease What is dog coronavirosis? Coronavirus is…

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Vaccinations kittens up to a year: the scheme, price and other issues
You made an important decision and you got a kitten. It does not matter to preserve his health, you took him from a shelter for homeless animals, from friends or…

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