Category: Pets

MORTAL FIREWORKS

Christmas and New Year are coming soon, which implies banquets, gifts and parties. And one ingredient of some of those parties is fireworks. Last November, a controversy about fireworks and their effects in domestic and wild animals arose at the UK, because at least a puppy and a pet rabbit died of panic during Guy
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Red Alert in Norway

RED ALERT IN NORWAY Some Vets in Oslo (Norway), have reported the authorities the deaths of several dogs caused by an unknown disease that kills the animals just after a few days they start showing symptoms. The number of affected dogs, depending of the source, may be between 30 and 100. The mysterious disease has
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Homeless and Pets

What happens with dogs and cats which are living with homeless? Could that people face the costs and responsibility about them? As a matter of fact, there are some people who have lost their home and can’t be relocated in a social home or not even go to a hospital if necessary because they don’t
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Protecting Pets, Protecting People

Last week we were asked by a client if he could take his female dog to the dogs beach when she is in season. By a strictly veterinary point of view, there is no contraindication for her health, but common sense would discourage it since it’s not the best moment to go to the beach.
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