- Not careless of your best friend. See the tips of how to treat your pet.
Take care of a pet is not just fun. To keep him always willing and healthy, you need to take him to the vet regularly and also suspect that he has a problem. Check out the tips on how to treat your pet properly:
−The first thing you should do when purchasing or adopting a puppy or adult animal is take him to the vet to check his health. If you do not want young, ask the risks of castration. The Professional also will guide you about care and vaccination table;
−Pets are like children and no wonder many people treat them as real children.Therefore, the care are the same. Step away from the cleaning products because they can poison the more curious. Buckets or bowls with sauce clothes attract playful puppies. Stay away from anything that can be a potential danger to them;
−Install protective nets on the Windows of your apartment and stay calm when your pet is enjoy the view following petwithsupplies;
−Check if your plants and flowers do not cause food poisoning in your pet;
−Provide the worming your pet’s every six months. See the vet about it.
Even surrounded by all care and protection, it is not always possible to fend off all the dangers of our best friend. Take him to the vet without delay if he presents the symptoms below:
−Reduction and sadness;
−Refusal of food;
−Walk with its tail down and between the back legs;
−In the case of cats, stop licking yourself and lose your appetite;
−By failures, itching and sores on the body;
−Present disorders such as vomiting and diarrhea;
−Stop to pee or poop.
Stay tuned for the vaccination table:
−Rabic (the law requires to make this vaccine): prevents against anger. Must be made from the four months, annually and in a single dose;
−V10: prevents against infectious hepatitis, Parvovirus, distemper, adenovirus type 1 coronavirose, and type 2, parainfluenza and leptospirosis. Is applied from the 45 days of life in three doses every 21 days, being that the reinforcement is annual.When the adult dog has never been vaccinated, two doses are applied every 21 days;
−Type 2 Parainfluenza and Bordetella Bronchiseptica Bacteria: prevents against flu and cough of kennels. The reinforcement is annual. Are applied in puppies from 2 months and never vaccinated adult dogs single dose intranasal or injectable two every 21 days.
−Giardiasis: prevents intestinal protozoa (giardia or), also transmissible to humans. In puppies, from two months of life, 2 doses are applied every 21 days. The same goes for adults never vaccinated. Make an annual booster.
−Canine Visceral Leishmaniasis: this is a very serious disease. If the veterinarian to diagnose this disease, should be reported to health agencies. Puppies from 4 months of age should receive 3 doses every 21 days. For the non-vaccinated adult animals is worth the same.
−Rabic (Required by Law): prevents against rabies and the dose is only applied from 4 months. Make an annual reinforcement;
−V4 (Quadruple Felina): prevents against diseases caused by viruses. Both puppies and adults never vaccinated are applied two shots 21 days apart. The dose is only strengthening is annual;
−Feline Viral Leukemia (FeLV): this is a disease that has no cure. The vaccine is applied after confirmed through blood work that the cat doesn’t have the virus. Two doses are made every 30 days after 2 months of life. Make an annual booster.