Vaccinate your cat!

Vaccinate your cat!

Vaccination is aimed at protecting an animal against disease most often from viral or bacterial origin. This is the best way to fight against infectious diseases, recognized and applied universally, both in human and veterinary medicine. Through routine immunization programs, we can hope to eradicate certain diseases as was smallpox in humans in 1981.How often […]

Dogs overweights problems

Dogs overweights problems

From a physiological point of view: The easiest way is to compare with a boiler. If you are charging with too much fuel, it overheats, it’s obvious. The pressure increases, the machine can get excited, the gaskets and hoses get dirty, wear out faster and eventually leak out or blow up sometimes brutally. In mechanical […]

Maladies vectorielle : Moustiques, tiques et puces en première ligne

Maladies vectorielle : Moustiques, tiques et puces en première ligne

Mosquitoes, ticks and fleas are important vectors for human and animal diseases. Human atrocities on the ecosystem generate an increase in the number and geographical distribution of parasites. Consequently, these diseases are becoming an increasing concern. Global warming, destruction of the rural ecosystem ( leveling of slopes, deforestation , pollution, urbanization ) cause a disruption […]

Cataract

Cataract

Cataract is a dog eye disease(occasionally found in cats). The crystalline lens, allowing to focus on images through the retina, undergoes changes. Indeed, the cataract is a clouding of the lens which would normally remain transparent. Symptoms that may make you suspect a cataract are: A change in the look of your pet. An eye […]

Coryza: cat virus

Coryza, also called infectious coryza of the cat, is an infectious, contagious viral illness, clinically characterized by rhinitis, conjunctivitis and glossitis. This is a common condition caused by three different viruses involving several symptoms: Feline herpes virus or feline rhinotracheitis virus; Calicivirus; Reovirus. These three viruses are easily transmitted through contact with infected cats or […]

IVF: cat virus

Transmission occurs primarily while fighting, through bite. Also, kittens can also be infected by their mothers through breast milk or saliva. Overall, FIV symptoms are those of a diminished capacity of the immune system Fever, increase in size of lymph nodes; Cutaneous and digestive affection by infections; Finally, affection by multiple viral and bacterial diseases […]

Typhus: cat virus

Typhus, also called feline anleucopénie p, is a viral disease that affects wild and domestic cats. This disease is transmitted through a virus of the parvovirus family, strong enough in the environment, excreted in the feces of sick animals. Symptoms can appear quickly: Hyperacute form: after a high fever, the animal suddenly drops in temperature […]

Behavioral problems of the old cat

In order of frequency are identified various problems in older cats: Uncleanliness, aggression towards congeners or human vocalisations, hyperactivity, excessive grooming, disorientation, fears, hyperattachement … 30% of cats between 8 and 11 years and 50% of cats over 15 years have behavioral problems. Table lesion of cognitive dysfunction may be closer to that of senile […]

Vector-born diseases

Vector-borne diseases are very trendy nowadays, emerging in the countries of the northern hemisphere due to the significant modification of ecosystems: direct action (destruction, urbanization, trade) or indirectly (climate) of man. A very broad spectrum of pathogens is vector borne. A vector is “A blood-sucking arthropod that transmits biological or mechanical working of an infectious […]