The importance of pet de-worming
Worms can infect all unprotected animals and cause serious health problems, so prevention is especially important. Even house cats can be exposed to worms through other pets or visitors, whose shoes and unwashed hands can bring worms into the home.
Common signs of worm infection are weight loss, diarrhea, abdominal distension and lethargy. Worm segments may be seen at the bottom or the worms may be seen slipping away. Worms rarely cause anemia or death. These symptoms are not limited to worms and if there is no relief from treatment, a veterinarian should be consulted immediately.
Fat Koch is an effective worm medicine that comes in a number of different dosage forms for ease of treatment. Dogs may prefer tablets, while cats may prefer granules. Both of these dosage forms of Fat Cochlear are available and can be difficult to detect when hidden in food.
Fat Koch is also suitable for pregnant or lactating bitches. However, always check with your vet before using it on a pregnant or lactating bitch.
Never opt for cheap supermarket brands, these medicines are not as effective and can also cause adverse reactions. So it's better to use the brand recommended by your vet.
Ensure that you regularly clean up feces from the garden to prevent the spread of worms, and always clean fleas from your pet to prevent them from spreading strip worms.
Horses are also susceptible to worms, as they will have frequent contact with them while grazing. Worms on horses can cause weight loss and hernias, and affect their performance. Therefore, it is important to always administer a dewormer to your horse and regularly clean the feces from the stomach and intestines to prevent infection.
There are many types of equine dewormers suitable for your horse, such as pastes and pellets. However, it is also important to change the type of agent from time to time to prevent worms from becoming resistant, which also happens frequently.
Editor's note:Article courtesy of NutreCare, an online provider of pet products.
If you go to buy a cage, you will find that the texture of the cage is mostly iron, with iron wire, or columnar square iron rods. For smaller dogs, iron wire can be used, but for larger dogs For dogs with relatively strong strength, square iron bars should be chosen, which are much stronger than iron wire. The advantage of the iron wire is that if you don’t need it, it can be folded and put away. The iron rod is not good. My family still has a small cage with a pink square iron rod that Dangdang used when he was a child. Although it is useless, but Throwing it away is a waste, so keep it at home.
In general, there are not many forms of dog cages, and most of them are also reasonable, with trays underneath to make it easier to clean the dog's poop. I would like to remind is to pay attention to observe, square wire dog cage bottom plate (that is, the bottom of the cage above the plastic tray) is not movable, can be removed to clean, because the dog's poop will be stuck in the above, if you can't take it out will be too much trouble. There is also a larger size of the wire dog cage, usually below the wheel is not, which is very inconvenient, to move up will be very heavy, small size wire dog cage to move up will not be too much effort.
There is an argument for choosing a crate that is three times the size of your dog's body, but how do you calculate three times the size? The top and corners of the crate are practically unusable space for a dog if you count by size. Others say it's just wide enough for the dog to turn around. Personally, I think it's simpler to choose a size that is twice as long as the dog, which should be more appropriate for the dog. But if you buy a dog is a puppy, to take into account its growth ah, so the cage must refer to the dog's adult size to buy ah.
To limit the dog's time to eat, for example, it ate a meal with ten minutes of time, if ten minutes have not eaten, take away not to give it to eat. Wait until the next meal before the start, do not give it any snacks, to train it to eat punctually, and can not pick food.