Among the variety of anthelmintic agents for dogs, Milbemax stands in a special place. The drug has a quick effect, a small number of contraindications, the possibility of use not only for adult pets, but also for puppies. By strictly following the instructions of Milbemax for dogs, it is guaranteed to relieve the pet of many types of parasites.
Milbemax for dogs is available in tablet dosage form, two tablets in a blister. Active compounds are: milbemycin (in the form of an oxime) and praziquantel. The manufacturer took care of both puppies and adult animals:
for small dogs and young animals, the content of active ingredients in the tablet is 25 mg of praziquantel and 2.5 mg of milbemycin;
large animals of an older age should choose a drug containing 125 mg of praziquantel and 12.5 mg of milbemycin.
It will not be possible to confuse the tablets, since they have the corresponding marking and differ in shape: in the first case they are oval with the inscription AA, in the second – round with the engraving CCA. Among the additional ingredients of the composition can be noted: lactose, cellulose, silicon, magnesium stearate and others. Continue reading
Safety Above All
The main thing is not to panic. If you crawl into a dog fight with frightened cries to save your dog, it will not end in any good way for you or your four-legged friend. Fighting pets are very excited, often they don’t even see what and who they are piercing their fangs into. Therefore, desperate owners, who climb with their bare hands to separate the brawlers, are often accidentally bitten by their own pet. Especially dangerous are situations when large dogs or fighting breed dogs, widely known for their dead grip, enter into an “argument with fists”. Continue reading
Known for its unusual disposition or, rather, familiar from the eponymous novel, the dingo dog is often interested in curious people. There is a lot in this wild “breed” of both romantic and instinctive animals, but there is a little less common loyalty and devotion characteristic of tamed dogs. And the point is not that the dingo dog is an evil breed, because it is not tamed by humans, and therefore even more intriguing. Especially the riddles of its origin: when it first appeared, by whom was it discovered and where does it generally live? Continue reading