The new type of coronavirus (COVID-19), which was originated in Wuhan, China’s Hubei province, continues to increase its worldwide impact.
Yvonne Chow Hau Yee (60) fell ill on February 12. Samples were also taken from the woman’s dog’s mouth and nose. WHO official Maria Van Kerkhove said that the dog did not show any signs of disease, but the test result was “weak positive”.
Five days later samples taken from the dog (more…)
Vomiting is a clinical sign and it has so many different reasons. Maybe your dog ate too quickly, or hardly digested food or grass. Also, some medication can also cause vomiting. Most of the time, it has no consequence for its health. Nevertheless, it is important to make sure that it is not a sign of an emerging disease; such as cancer, kidney failure or neurological disease. (more…)
The flea is a parasite that can infest our four-legged friends, but also humans. With three distinct life phases, the flea goes from egg to larva, before reaching adulthood. Its location and characteristics change over the course of its life, making it difficult to eliminate. To get rid of this invasive and sometimes disease-carrying parasite, it is really important to know them well. (more…)
Canine distemper is caused by the Morbillivirus, which comes from the same family of viruses like measles. It is a serious and very contagious disease that can be fatal to your dog. As this disease is extremely difficult to treat, vaccinating your dog is the only way to protect him. (more…)
New year has arrived. There will be celebrations everywhere. Maybe you are planning a house party, or you will be outside with your friends celebrating the new year and share the joy. However, there is a bitter truth of this joyful evening; it creates stress on cats on dogs with all the fireworks and other explosives. (more…)
There are more than 650 species of ticks in the world. The distribution area of ticks is continuously increasing due to global warming and they cause many infectious diseases. (more…)
Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. But if you have a nosey pet, this beautiful holiday can turn into a little nightmare. In a very short time, you can find yourself waiting in a vet clinic. So taking precaution to save your Christmas from your Grinch-like pets is the best way! 🙂 (more…)
According to StiKoVet, only half of the dogs and 1/3 of cats in Germany have adequate vaccine protection. These rates should be at least 70% to prevent infectious diseases from becoming epidemic diseases. With this article, you will learn everything you need to know about your pet’s vaccination schedule.