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Canine leishmaniasis vaccine

Leishmaniasis is a parasitic disease caused by the protozoan Leishmania and is transmitted by the bite of female midges. This zoonotic disease affects mainly dogs, causes serious veterinary problems and has a growing impact on public health.

Canileish, the first veterinary vaccine for leishmaniasis, was launched in Greece on Monday, 18 January. This vaccine comes to fill a gap in the prevention of the disease caused by the bite of… Continue reading

Basic cat care

Vaccination

Vaccination protects the cat against dangerous and deadly diseases such as rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and parvovirus. Vaccination should start from the age of 2 months and be repeated one month later. This is followed by the annual booster vaccination. Negligence or ignorance about the benefits of vaccination can result in many cats, especially young ones, getting sick and dying each every year.

Diet

Whether dry, canned or homemade, a balanced… Continue reading

Dental care

Puppies are born without teeth. The puppy dental development model is similar to that of humans, the difference being that dental development in puppies is faster.

First appear the milk or deciduous teeth, the development of which is completed at the age of 6 weeks. At their final development stage, puppies have 28 deciduous teeth but contrary to adult dogs do not have molars. Milk teeth are replaced by permanent… Continue reading