Pus is a fluid secreted from blood vessels in the presence of an inflammatory process. Unlike transparent tears, purulent discharge is cloudy and colored in gray, yellow or green. If the dog’s eyes are festering, then its body can be infected with pathogenic organisms that destroy the immune system.
In this case, the body directs all forces to fight the inflammatory process, remaining unprotected against other threats. This feature increases the risk of complicating the situation and requires immediate action by the owner.
Consider the main causes of suppuration, and treatment methods to restore the health of the eyes of a four-friend.
Causes of infection (route of infection)
The appearance of pus is a reaction of the body to the inflammatory process that arose in the body. The main reasons for the appearance of festering eyes include: Continue reading
For families with small children, the selection of the dog breed is quite acute, since this dog itself must not only meet certain criteria, but also be 100% safe. In general, with proper training, almost every dog can get along well with children, but for such training you need to be an experienced dog handler. If the family decided to take a pet for the first time, then, of course, you should choose a puppy of a breed of a kind and soft nature. In the world there are quite a lot of dog breeds that are ideal for children; we will dwell on the most common and popular animals.
COLLIE One of the most beautiful dogs getting along with children is collie. Such dogs are quite intelligent, kind, non-conflict and very easy to train. Collies love children and play with them with great pleasure and enthusiasm, while being constantly on the alert, in order to protect the child from a stranger in case of danger. Collie dogs have a good-natured character and are very loyal to the people with whom they live. Continue reading
When choosing a puppy, each of us wants to be sure that his pet is the best of all possible. However, sometimes dogs develop features that are not mentioned in the pedigree. The process of breeding any breed is very similar to walking on a minefield. Everything is done by error and trial. For an animal, this can threaten death, while for a person it is just an additional investment in the treasury of acquired experience.
When choosing a puppy, each of us wants to be sure that his pet is the best of all possible. However, sometimes dogs develop features that are not mentioned in the pedigree. The process of breeding any breed is very similar to walking on a minefield. Everything is done by error and trial. For an animal, this can threaten death, while for a person it is just an additional investment in the treasury of acquired experience. Continue reading
The sight of a troubled dog, which with wild eyes searches everywhere for its little puppy and does not find it at all, will definitely be remembered by you for a long time, especially if you are observing this sentimental picture for the first time. Choosing the right moment and the right way to excommunicate the puppy from the mother is quite problematic. Despite the fact that it is almost impossible to avoid stress and stress, you can alleviate the situation by carefully considering and planning everything. The most important thing is to do everything very smoothly for all participants in this sometimes tragic process. In order to finally understand at what age a puppy is best to do this, you need to dig deeper and deal with the development of sensory perception and motor skills of dogs. Next, everything that behavioral scientists attribute to the most important stages of puppy development will be listed. Continue reading
The cause of bleeding in a dog may be a wound or illness. Injuries, accompanied by blood loss, animals most often get on a walk, cutting into broken glass or a tin can, or as a result of a fight with relatives. Wounds and bites in hunting dogs are also possible. Sometimes this also happens in accidents, when falling from a height or as a result of an accident.
The consequences of bleeding depend on many factors: the magnitude and severity of the damage, the physiological condition of the dog, and the amount of blood lost. Bleeding can be external and internal. If in the first case the blood flows out of the damaged vessel through a visible wound, then with internal hemorrhage it accumulates in the body cavities: chest or abdominal. Continue reading