The vaccine delivered to the dog on time will preserve not only its health, but also prevent a number of diseases in the household. In addition, having spent some time and money on a preventive injection, the owner will protect himself from possible big expenses in the future if the pet suddenly “catches” the infection. In order for the dog to be vaccinated successfully and only have a positive effect on the animal’s body, you need to know when and what vaccine to put, and properly prepare your pet for the procedure.
Why vaccination is needed
The vaccine helps the dog develop immunity to a specific infection. It contains fragments of an infectious agent, which, getting into a living organism, causes a corresponding reaction in the form of antibody production. Subsequently, if a pet encounters a similar infection invasion, it will not become ill or the disease will pass in a mild form.
Dangerous diseases of dogs against which vaccination is carried out: Continue reading
Small and dwarf dog breeds not only have a fragile physique: many of their organs are highly sensitive. But despite their small size, they are very energetic. These features and needs should be considered when catering to your little pet.
Three rules for choosing a diet
One of the main rules says that if you choose a ready-made diet, then it must be balanced and take into account all the needs of the pet. Another rule concerns strict adherence to feeding patterns and serving sizes. Third, it prescribes making an adult dog’s diet mostly from dry food, which helps prevent the formation of tartar and is perfectly absorbed by the pet’s body.
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