Every pet owner, going to the doctor to find out what his pet was ill. At the reception, the doctor first will ask You about Your animal. The owner must provide the doctor with complete information: – what is an animal feeding; – appetite (increased, decreased, absent); – whether there are violations of stool and urination; – when sick – has there been prophylactic vaccination and treatment against parasites; these are the basic questions which are often primarily set by the doctor. He then measures the temperature of the body and conducts the inspection of the animal, auscultation (heart and lungs).
Simple inspection is not always enough for an accurate diagnosis. And then veterinarian recommends to pass additional examinations.
Common clinical analysis of blood (blood EYE)
Held almost always. This is the most common type of research. This analysis is necessary for animals with fever, diarrhea, loss of appetite, and before surgery. Provides an opportunity to assess amount of formed elements of blood (erythrocytes, leukocytes, and platelets). This, in turn, allows to detect anemia, infection, disorders of blood clotting, the immune response of the body.
Biochemical studies of blood of animals
When need to figure out how to work the internal organs,when examining an elderly patient, or for preparation to surgery, using biochemical analysis of blood. The study of blood serum provides an opportunity to assess the activity of certain enzymes in the body, thereby, giving Continue reading
Many people quite sincerely believe that pet is the best treatment at home — at home, which, as is well known, too bad help. In some cases this makes sense, but. There are plenty of “contraindications” against home therapy. From the point of view of psychology, the animals easier to come into contact with the doctor in the absence of their owners — the people to whom they are strongly tied. Most Pets feel the excitement of those who love them, and start to worry themselves. Treatment in the veterinary clinic eliminates negative psychological factor.
From an economic position, it is much cheaper to leave your pet in the hospital than several times a day to call the vet to monitor his condition. To carry sick animal two or three times a day for medical procedures (injections, multiple diagnostic studies, etc.) is also quite expensive and for the money, and time.
Finally, a veterinary hospital in Moscow allows us to provide better treatment due to the ongoing monitoring of pet. It is possible that in the clinic the doctor will be able to identify additional symptoms that are not seen by the owner, and in time to adjust the treatment.
In some cases, you may need to bring the animal to the vet?
Only your vet can determine whether it is necessary to stationarities cats and dogs. But there are situations when without it just will not do. These include cases where the animal is required:
permanent treatment involving the placement of droppers or use of multiple therapeutic actions; Continue reading
For many pet owners their Pets are family members. Of course, the death of a pet is a significant moral injury. Most people try to give their Pets the proper send-off and to bury them. However, the disposal and any other disposal of dead domestic animals within the city prohibited by law. Of course, the pet owner may choose the remote location in the woods, in the country or elsewhere, or to seek the services of specialized service.
In Europe distributed thermal method of animal corpse disposal. This procedure is quick, safe and inexpensive. But in Russia it is still not really popular, and many people just don’t know what to do when their pet died. Common ways are the animals funeral in a nearby Park or square, but not uncommon for the corpses of pet dogs and cats were thrown into the street bins for domestic waste in pits or ravines.
Adverse effects of burial of corpses allowed
In addition, such a disposal of an animal carcass is a violation of the law, it also causes significant harm to the environment. In a very long time the process of decomposition and putrefaction are formed pathologically dangerous microorganisms, some of which logovisual in the soil for decades. Mixing with other waste, waste and rain water decomposition products to form dangerous to humans compounds – poisons and carcinogens. They gradually penetrate into the groundwater, which in turn spread throughout the ecosystem. Disposal of carcasses of cattle near to the places of residence and recreation may lead to serious risk of development of viral and infectious diseases. Continue reading