In males the term neutering usually mean the castration, which involves surgical removal of both testicles, while in females, usually meant the ovariohysterectomy, which involves surgical removal of the entire reproductive system (uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries).
"Typhoid" dog call an infection by a virus called parvovirus. The spread of disease was global and rapidly over the last three decades.
The Ministry of Rural Development and Food presents a comprehensive reference to "rage" which is a zoonosis that still exists as a threat to human health, as transmitted by animals to humans in various ways.
In the modern western world about 25% of domestic dogs are actually obese, while about 45% are at least overweight. Unfortunately only 17% of the owners of the animals perceive the problem, the causes of which are summarized as follows:
The National School Dimoseias Health (ECHR) has to present the following:
Here you can see the "Reply from E.S.D.Y. for the issue of raw food diet."
Toxoplasmosis is a disease due to infection by a parasite-granule, the Toxoplasma gondii. Usually, the infection of healthy adults or children are asymptomatic or result in only mild and transient symptoms. But people with comorbid health problems, who are immunocompromised (reduced defensive capability) threatened to develop serious symptoms.
Our pets, not infrequently may suffer poisoning from negligence, error or unfortunately intentionally.
A common cause of symptoms of intoxication are human or veterinary drugs consumed by mistake or in higher doses than recommended. Such drugs are non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, analgesics, antidepressants, antibiotics, etc.