Autumn and winter are cold times. And not only for us, but also for Pets. To avoid complications, it is important to know the first signs of a cold in dogs and start treatment in a timely manner. We will talk about how to understand that the dog has a cold in our article.
Can a dog catch a cold?
Let’s start with the main thing: the diagnosis of “cold” for dogs does not exist. If your pet is diagnosed with this condition in the vet clinic, please specify what the dog is sick with, or change the vet clinic. Continue reading
During the first year of life, the puppy’s milk teeth are completely replaced by permanent ones. Usually the dog has an “adult” set of teeth by 7 months. But sometimes – most often in small dogs-permanent teeth grow, and milk … remain in place. They don’t fall out as they should. It turns out that the dog’s teeth grow in two rows. Why is this happening and how to deal with the situation?
In dogs of small breeds, because of their size, development in adolescence often occurs in leaps and bounds. It often happens that the molars grow before the milk teeth have time to swing and fall out. They are tightly attached to the milk and form a so-called “double tooth”. This is most often observed when fangs grow. Continue reading
Imagine that each pet would have a competent and responsive veterinarian attached to it, along with a modern clinic with the latest equipment. How many problems would be solved then! But in reality, finding a good clinic and a competent veterinarian is the task of every responsible owner. Not worry. We will tell you how to do it!
Good health is the Foundation of a happy life. But it is formed not only from the genetic data of the pet and the quality of care for it, but also from regular monitoring of the body’s condition. Unfortunately, most often the veterinarian is contacted when the problem is already there, and this is wrong. Continue reading