In an effort to save all the injured and sick animals at the city shelter, Austin Pets Alive (APA) developed a program for parvovirus treatment and a protocol for distemper treatment. As a result, save rates for these diseases approach an impressive 85%. In this session, presented at the 2012 Maddie's Shelter Medicine Conference at the University of Florida, Dr. Ellen Jefferson, Veterinarian and Executive Director of Austin Pets Alive, discusses the disease and the methods used to treat and care for animals suffering from the illness. She will also talk about why distemper occurs and how to prevent it. Learning objectives: - Learn how to save dogs with canine distemper virus - Discover how to prevent distemper virus - Identify how to leverage the community so that your shelter can afford to save affected pets
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This poor owner got this little dog off of Craig's list. Supposedly had two distemper vaccinations. If so hopefully has developed some antibodies against this dreaded disease. Distemper is a slowly progressing virus. Time will tell how the dog does. On 2000 mg of vitamin C twice daily. Weighs 8 pounds
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This is a video documenting our experience with the canine distemper disease. It is quite long but contains all the information I learned about it whilst treating Mango. We adopted Mango from a Romanian rescue dog charity in July 2017. She arrived with a slight skin condition and gastrointestinal problems which we thought were worms. She was vaccinated against distemper but no way to know if it was actually given to her or not. She started to get worse and we got blood tests done and found out it was canine distemper. She developed pneumonia and we thought she wouldn't make it. She had a recovery and started to improve but then showed signs of neurological problems such as weak hind legs, twitching and finally she had a seizure. After this we used diazepam, muscle relaxants and CBD oil. She never had another seizure and continued to recover. We fed her a high protein diet alongside carrots for vitamin A immune system boosting. If you have any questions please ask! We want all dogs to survive this disease.
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FREE TRIAL → http://istheonlinedogtrainer.club/ Treatment of canine distemper or distemper in dogs. We must know that distemper in dogs as a viral infection does not have a specific treatment. The first thing we have to do if we suspect that our dog may have contracted the virus, is to take it urgently to the veterinarian. The sooner we detect the disease, the greater the chances of curing our dog. The treatment that is carried out is only to alleviate the symptoms and avoid the suffering of our pet. There is no medicine that directly cures distemper, but there are drugs that can help. We can use expectorants or an antibiotic to try to remove the phlegm from the dog and control infections. There are also drugs that help to alleviate diarrhea, vomiting and cough, and others against seizures. Food supplements are very important to strengthen the animal's health and help strengthen the immune system. Vitamin B is the most recommended for nervous tics of canine distemper. Avoid dehydration of our dog. It is easy for this to happen, our dog finds himself wanting nothing and may stop eating and drinking. We must avoid it at all costs and even force him if he refuses to eat or drink. Hygiene, especially in the area of the eyes and nose, is very important. We must carefully eliminate the secretions produced by the virus. Can canine distemper be prevented? Of course. There is a vaccine that should be given to all dogs when they are puppies, in fact part of the first vaccination, and it is advisable to repeat the dose annually to ensure that our pet is safe from this sometimes fatal malignant virus. A dog that is not vaccinated has many chances of getting infected just by taking it out or letting it play with other dogs. Vaccinate your pet and prevent it from suffering, as the saying goes, it is always better to prevent than to cure. Remember that the veterinarian is the best person to advise you in each specific case, and if for whatever reason you think your pet may be infected, pay him a visit, the best nobody will know how to help you. → http://istheonlinedogtrainer.club/ ← START Your FREE TRIAL Now
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If you're viewing this now, then you're searching for a distemper cure. Unfortunately, there is none. I searched here on youtube as well and found one that may work, but it was too expensive. What worked for my dog Lucky was force feeding him supplements and antibiotics. Instructions below: What you need: 10 cc syringe or larger Small bowl Antibiotic: Coamoxiclav twice a day for the first 2 days (IV or Capsule) Cefalexin 3 times a day, 250mg/5ml If you're wondering why the switch... the drugstore was out, so switched to Cefalexin instead. Supplement Ingredients: Soy milk or any non-dairy milk 2 grams of Vitamin B Complex 2 grams of Vitamin C 8 capsules of Herbs Plus Food Supplements 5 Tablespoons of Sugar Note: Herbs Plus contains lots of iron, protein, and calcium. You can google the ingredients: moringa, garlic, bitter gourd/ampalaya, and lemongrass. You can use any supplements with this combination, I just Herbs Plus because I had access to it and have been taking it for my own maintenance for years now. I used the sugar to make the taste more bearable, and apparently the sugar helps with trying to regain his appetite. (I tasted it, and it was still awful. You've been warned.) Instructions: 1. Crush the vitamin tablets however you choose. I put the tabs in a folded bond paper and rolled a glass bottle over it. Place contents in a bowl. 2. Open the Herbs Plus capsules and empty in the same bowl along with the crushed tablets. 3. Pour in just enough soy milk to create a creamy texture, but more on the watery side. 4. Throw out the needle properly and suck in a full dose of the concoction. Make sure not to inject straight to your dog's throat or else it may go to his lungs. Inject somewhere on the side. 5. Do this 3 times a day until he gets better, then you can just start cutting the dose and getting conventional vet approved vitamins. But just in case, I haven't stopped giving him my concoction. I'll probably taper down after 6 months. That's pretty much it. Just keep doing this. And good luck trying not to cry while doing this as your dog deteriorates. Lucky was literally unresponsive and heaving loudly at the 3rd day of finding out he had distemper. We absolutely thought he was a goner. We never gave up, and you shouldn't as well. In the Philippines, you can go to Healthy Options or GNC to get the vitamins or even the mall. Kirkland brand is fine. Herbs Plus is only available in Leyte province and you can order from the new Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/herbismanufacturing Good luck!
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A raccoon with canine distemper will be to docile, friendly, will eat & drink in front of you, won't aggress, will allow you to film it... This gorgeous female young raccoon was on a lawn in Toronto... Canine distemper can respond to high dose Vitamin D...If you can find a chew with tons of Vitamin D in it, you could maybe save an animal's life...Very high dose, in large quantity...Has to taste good...
Views: 1120 Sari Grove
My puppy had distemper. She survived. If you have a dog with distemper let me know what advice i can give you. FIrst thing to do is get a nebulizer. I think the medicine was called genticin. Give the dog four treatments a day. That saved Zella's life for sure!! She was tired and completely out of it and every time we got a hold of nebulizer, she perked up instantly. The vet can give a treatment and give you a prescription to buy a nebulizer. Also, they will probably need an IV for fluids. I also read some research on Vitamin A. If you give it to them right away it could help them out. Distemper is not curable but if you can get your dog through the pnemonia then they may have a chance.
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https://bullyade.com BEST MULTIVITAMIN FOR DOGS Helps your pup recover from Parvo. NOTE: THE AMOUNT OF FLUIDS TAUGHT TO BE GIVEN IN THIS VIDEO ARE FOR SMALL PUPPIES... MOST PUPPIES NEED ALOT MORE FLUIDS. weight is the big difference, the more they weight the more fluids they need. 6cc's is for something like a 1-2lb puppy. Typically dogs will be given 100cc's minimum. ALSO: TAP WATER IS A LAST RESORT... Distilled water is a safer option. Again i repeat TAP WATER is a last resort. FOR OLDER DOGS PLEASE CALL US OR YOUR LOCAL VET FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW MUCH FLUIDS YOU SHOULD BE GIVING YOUR PUPPY. PS. THE ANTIBIOTIC IS FOR INFECTIONS CAUSED BY THE PARVO VIRUS. PARVO ITSELF DOES IS NOT AN INFECTION, IT IS A VIRUS THAT CAN CAUSE INFECTIONS. This video litterally teaches you step by step how to save your puppy with Parvo. www.Bullyade.com
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Ossum the Awesome fighting through Distemper. Comes quick, is very hard to fight once they get it, and is extremely fatal as well as very contagious to all other animals so get yours protected. Broke? Look for discount days near pet stores, Google for local pet clinics which could help. Get to the Vet. Get meds for what they can help with. We're dosing her up with everything vitamin, goats milk, salmon, anything labeled brain health. Get Vaseline for nose, pads. Get pads for potty accidents. Be patient, give love, but make sure before this happens to get vaccinated. This girl from the local pound and was sick upon arriving at her new home. Diagnosed first as Kennel Cough, which was treated and seemed to be going away, and then BAM.
Views: 978 BobStoopsHatesJesus
vitamin c for dogs - organic vitamin c for dogs. B12 Milk, meat, poultry, fish, eggs, cheese Choline Milk, liver, eggs Vitamin C Dogs and cats make their own vitamin C but can benefit from supplementation collagen with vitamin c for dogs and cats. Many pet owners believe that vitamin c for dogs is an important part of their pet's health. In fact vitamin c for dogs can help build a stronger immune system and help them lead a healthier life... Does your dog need vitamin c?
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Cherry, our lovely bitch who came to us when she was 35 days old. She was playful and our best toy and our friend. Distemper took her life today on 15.7.2018 at 9.10 Am. We tried our best to get her out of distemper but all treatments failed. First she faced loose motions and treatments were started then dry cough, then on 14.6.2018 at 7 pm her back limbs got paralysed, twitching of muscles started on right back limb and the the on both back limbs and then on right fore limb. From 2.7.2018 green coloured nasal drop started and it was do swear and took the life of our best friend. At one stage we made her walk on the grass by regularly massaging her back and the legs. But the internal neural failures were taking place she started degenerating . No vet could guide us, we started reading from net and started some homeopathic medicines and supplements, all failed. We tried Forever supplements, Aloe2go, bits n peaches - aloevera drinks, Gin chia, Lycium plus, homeopathic medicines distempex, causticum, Ferrum phos, Echinacia, gingko biloba, Vit c tab, calcium tab all failed. You can save your puppy from this fatal disease is by getting vaccination but the period between vaccination and their birth is very dangerous. The biggest problem is vet clinics.I suggest you to pay the vet to visit your house and get it vaccinated.
Views: 16 Prerna Sachar
Cherry, our lovely bitch who came to us when she was 35 days old. She was playful and our best toy and our friend. Distemper took her life today on 15.7.2018 at 9.10 Am. We tried our best to get her out of distemper but all treatments failed. First she faced loose motions and treatments were started then dry cough, then on 14.6.2018 at 7 pm her back limbs got paralysed, twitching of muscles started on right back limb and the the on both back limbs and then on right fore limb. From 2.7.2018 green coloured nasal drop started and it was do swear and took the life of our best friend. At one stage we made her walk on the grass by regularly massaging her back and the legs. But the internal neural failures were taking place she started degenerating . No vet could guide us, we started reading from net and started some homeopathic medicines and supplements, all failed. We tried Forever supplements, Aloe2go, bits n peaches - aloevera drinks, Gin chia, Lycium plus, Royal Jelly, homeopathic medicines distempex, causticum, Ferrum phos, Echinacia, gingko biloba, Vit c tab, calcium tab all failed. You can save your puppy from this fatal disease is by getting vaccination but the period between vaccination and their birth is very dangerous. The biggest problem is vet clinics.I suggest you to pay the vet to visit your house and get it vaccinated.
Views: 26 Prerna Sachar
Cherry, our lovely bitch who came to us when she was 35 days old. She was playful and our best toy and our friend. Distemper took her life today on 15.7.2018 at 9.10 Am. We tried our best to get her out of distemper but all treatments failed. First she faced loose motions and treatments were started then dry cough, then on 14.6.2018 at 7 pm her back limbs got paralysed, twitching of muscles started on right back limb and the the on both back limbs and then on right fore limb. From 2.7.2018 green coloured nasal drop started and it was do swear and took the life of our best friend. At one stage we made her walk on the grass by regularly massaging her back and the legs. But the internal neural failures were taking place she started degenerating . No vet could guide us, we started reading from net and started some homeopathic medicines and supplements, all failed. We tried Forever supplements, Aloe2go, bits n peaches - aloevera drinks, Gin chia, Lycium plus, royal jelly, homeopathic medicines distempex, causticum, Ferrum phos, Echinacia, gingko biloba, Vit c tab, calcium tab all failed. You can save your puppy from this fatal disease is by getting vaccination but the period between vaccination and their birth is very dangerous. The biggest problem is vet clinics.I suggest you to pay the vet to visit your house and get it vaccinated.
Views: 14 Prerna Sachar
He eats Prescription diet A/D (Which I have to force feed him with a syringe) He is taking Ester-C vitamin tablets (1/2) Crushed and given to him by mouth, on his tongue. Doxycycline liquid Antibiotic (2x daily) Cough tablets (3x daily) Sleeps with Humidifier.
Views: 1406 Dev0ted2d0gs
This little pup was found with neurologic problems. We tested him for Distemper and he is negative but the Vet said he had distemper and is a little survivor. We need to get him on vitamin supplements and B12 to see if we can help to heal the leftover effects of this nasty disease.
Views: 33 Chris Eddy
Survival rate depends on how quickly CPV is diagnosed, the age of the dog and how aggressive the treatment is. Treatment usually involves extensive hospitalization, due to severe dehydration and potential damage to the intestines and bone marrow. A CPV test should be given as early as possible if CPV is suspected in order to begin early treatment and increase survival rate if the disease is found. Treatment ideally also consists of crystalloid IV fluids and/or colloids (e.g., Hetastarch), antinausea injections (antiemetics) such as maropitant, metoclopramide, dolasetron, ondansetron and prochlorperazine, and broad-spectrum antibiotic injections such as cefazolin/enrofloxacin, ampicillin/enrofloxacin, metronidazole, timentin, or enrofloxacin
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In this video we told about dog Parvovirus full treatment in Hindi so watch this video without skip and listen carefully all details. Symptoms 1. Bloody diarihia 2. Lethargy 3. Anorixia 4. Fever 5. Vomiting Treatment Full treatment course is 5 to 7 days Glucose 1 half one time Vitamin B or C injection give in glucose Antibiotics Metronidzole Gentamycin Dextrose Monohydrate For stop dehardration Metoclopramite stop vomiting Plz like share comment on video Subscribe my channel also for new updates
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Cherry, our lovely bitch who came to us when she was 35 days old. She was playful and our best toy and our friend. Distemper took her life today on 15.7.2018 at 9.10 Am. We tried our best to get her out of distemper but all treatments failed. First she faced loose motions and treatments were started then dry cough, then on 14.6.2018 at 7 pm her back limbs got paralysed, twitching of muscles started on right back limb and then on both back limbs and then on right fore limb. From 2.7.2018 green coloured nasal drop started and it was do swear and took the life of our best friend. At one stage we made her walk on the grass by regularly massaging her back and the legs. But the internal neural failures were taking place she started degenerating . No vet could guide us, we started reading from net and started some homeopathic medicines and supplements, all failed. We tried Forever supplements, Aloe2go, bits n peaches - aloevera drinks, Gin chia, Lycium plus, royal jelly, homeopathic medicines distempex, causticum, Ferrum phos, Echinacia, gingko biloba, Vit c tab, calcium tab all failed. You can save your puppy from this fatal disease is by getting vaccination but the period between vaccination and their birth is very dangerous. The biggest problem is vet clinics.I suggest you to pay the vet to visit your house and get it vaccinated.
Views: 20 Prerna Sachar
The disease was first thought to be Canine Influenza Virus, H3N8, which is a respiratory pathogen of dogs that was first isolated in Florida in 2004. Subsequent testing, however, carried out with the assistance of the New York State Animal Diagnostic Laboratory at Cornell and the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, identified the outbreak as being caused by a virus closely related to Asian strains of influenza A H3N2 viruses, currently in wide circulation in Chinese and South Korean dog populations since at least 2006. On April 9, scientists at the National Veterinary Services Laboratories in Ames, Iowa, completed genome sequencing on the virus, and confirmed it to be Asian H3N2. All eight genome segments of the virus match closely (99 percent identity) with viruses isolated from dogs and cats from South Korea. This suggests that the virus likely came from this region. It’s the first reported incidence of H3N2 in the United States.
Views: 1221 MyPet USA
How To Feed Dog Vitamin C - 1- Choose appropriate dose and flavor for your dog's needs. 2- Unscrew bottle's cap. 3- Remove appropriate dose. 4-Feed it to the dog. (Note: The chewable 500 mg supplement featured in the video is a professional grade vitamin C made by Berkley Jensen for human consumption. The giant two year old Mastiff Dog featured in this video eats one on occasion. Different dogs have different tolerances and needs. It is incumbent upon each individual pet owner to understand their pet's needs and or to consult with an expert before administering vitamins that you are unsure of. In this video, this vitamin is tolerate by this healthy dog, given only on occasion, tolerated well with no known ill effect).
Views: 2043 Actual Videos
Many dogs, specifically diabetic dogs, require shots at home, which can be a great challenge. Give a dog a shot with tips from a veterinarian in this free video on dog care. Expert: Dr. James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge
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Learn about the symptoms, causes, and treatment of canine liver disease and how to provide your dog with optimum nutrition to keep them living a long and healthy life. Get more information at https://thevetisin.com/canine-liver-disease/.
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www.makondopets.com Collagen has great nutritional contributions in preventing protein deficiencies, it being the main protein component of hair, bone, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, teeth, and nails. Along with other nutrients, it is responsible for the elasticity and strength of the skin. It is also a great source of essential amino acids. *BENEFITS for SKIN and COAT - Powerful anti-oxidant. Required for tissue growth and repair. - Restores, rejuvenates and maintains the smoothness of the skin. - Maintains the elasticity and vitality of the hair. - Prevents hair loss. - Intensely hydrates and restores to leave hair softer and smoother. - Maintains the natural luster and shine of the hair. - Restores and maintains the natural colors of the hair. - Prevents dry or damaged hair. *BENEFITS for JOINTS, BONES, NAILS and TEETH. - Supports healthy joints and promote joint mobility and flexibility. - Helps the body to build up cartilage. - Promotes the healing of wounds, burns and leg ulcers. - Helps regeneration of broken bones (fractures). - Prevents brittle nails. - Improves nail strength. - Restores teeth strength.
Views: 526 Makondo Pets
This young dog was abandoned at the back of Dongba Telecommunications. When we rescued him, the people around the area said that he had been there for about ten days. He was fed by kind people but the last few days he was not interested in food, he had a fever, his eyes were watery and red and he was dribbling from his mouth. Our founder, Du Yufeng and one of our volunteers, Xiao Zhang, went to rescue the dog and take him to the Pet Hospital for examination. His high temperature and symptoms pointed to Canine Distemper. One week after the dog was rescued, his high temperature has disappeared and his appetite has returned. At the moment he won't eat anything other than ham sausages but if they can give him a full belly, we can add vitamins to them undetected. He is being given medicines, antibiotics and painkillers and we are hopeful that he will start to feel better soon. boaianimalcentre.org
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Parvo is a highly contagious virus to which there is no cure. All Dr. Amy can do is make Neptune comfortable and help hydrate the little pup. #DrJeff - SATURDAYS 9/8c Full Episodes | https://www.animalplanetgo.com/dr-jeff-rocky-mountain-vet/ Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnimalPlanet Follow Animal Planet on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnimalPlanet
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It is very common to find dogs sitting next to the dinner table, waiting for their masters to give them a bit of food off their plates. Dog lovers are always giving their furry friends table scraps or small treats. If you are part of the group of dog lovers who can’t say no to the puppy dog eyes at mealtimes, it’s important to know that you may be harming your pet by feeding it certain leftovers. Here are the top 10 foods you should never give your dog. 1. Chocolate Chocolate, especially dark chocolate is one of the most well-known foods that are bad for dogs. Dark chocolate is worse than milk chocolate and white chocolate. 2. Onions Onions have bad parts that can hurt the red blood cells and cause hemolytic anemia and Heinz bodies to form in the erythrocytes of animals like dogs and cats. 3. Macadamia Nuts Macadamia nuts can also be really bad for dogs. Sometimes, after a dog eats macadamia nuts, it can cause the body temperature to rise, a faster heartbeat, weakness, and vomiting. In the worst cases, it can even cause paralysis in dogs. 4. Grapes and Raisins Grapes and raisins are bad for dogs because of the fungicides, herbicides, or pesticides that dirty them. Other ways they may be harmful is because they have a lot of metal, vitamin D, and fungus or mold in them. 5. Avocados Avocado is another thing that should never be given to your dog. The compound persin, which can be found in avocados, upsets the stomach, and is very bad for dogs. Persin is found in the avocado fruit, and its plant and leaves. Also, the slippery pit can easily get stuck in your dog’s intestinal tract, and cause pain because of the blockage. Your dog will need surgery to fix this this problem. 6. Apple Cores The core and seeds of an apple have toxic cyanide, which can be bad for your pet. Cyanide stops blood from carrying oxygen through the body, and many bodily functions will stop if they don’t get the right amount of oxygen. The poisonous apple core will cause a few things, like apprehension, dilated pupils, drooling, breathing problems, dizziness, collapse, seizures, hyperventilation, shock, and coma. You can give your dog an apple as a treat, but only after taking out the seeds and core. Also, don’t give a rotten apple to your dog. 7. Alcohol Do not give any kind of alcohol to your pets, and make sure your pet doesn’t lick up any spilled beer or whiskey. Alcohol can harm your dog’s liver and brain, like it does to yours. But it’s worse for dogs, because their organs are smaller than human organs. Also, having alcohol can cause the blood sugar level of your pet to drop. This can be really harmful, and your pet will need to get glucose very quickly to stop brain damage. Very low blood sugar can cause seizures in animals. 8. Bacon You should never give raw or cooked bacon to your dog, even if he gives you puppy dog eyes. Cooked bacon is a very fatty food that can cause canine pancreatitis, which can cause death. Fat trimmings, if they’re cooked or uncooked, can also cause this problem. Because bacon has a lot of calories, it can cause obesity, hypothyroidism, and cardiovascular disease. Also, the high amount of salt found in bacon can lead to bloating. Bloating can cause a lot of gas in the stomach, which can be very harmful to your pet. 9. Wild Mushrooms Eating wild mushrooms is dangerous for dogs, although common white mushrooms seem safe for dogs to eat. If eaten, wild mushrooms can cause abdominal pain, drooling, liver damage, kidney damage, vomiting, restlessness, diarrhea, convulsions, excessive urination, salivation, coma, or death. If not treated right away, the toxins will gather in the body, and can lead to kidney or liver failure. 10. Any Food with Artificial Sweeteners Anything that has artificial sweeteners should not be given to your dog. These things can have xylitol, an artificial sweetener that can lead to too much insulin being sent into the blood, kidney failure, and worse. Source(s): http://dogtime.com/dog-health/general/5504-bad-foods-for-dogs-list https://www.littlethings.com/10-foods-you-shouldnt-feed-your-dog/ Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. Images licensed under CC: https://commons.wikimedia.org/ https://pixabay.com/ https://www.flickr.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org http://www.stock-free.org/ https://simple.wikipedia.org/
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FREE TRIAL → http://istheonlinedogtrainer.club/ Here are the top 10 home remedies for urinary tract infections in dogs. 1. Apple cider vinegar. * Add 1 to 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar (depending on the size of the dog) to a little natural yogurt or water. For breeds that weigh up to 14 pounds, use only 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar. Give it to your canine friend twice a day for a few days. 2. Blueberries. You can give cranberry capsules to your dog twice a day, hiding it in peanut butter or cream cheese. Always consult a veterinarian for the proper dose, depending on the weight and size of your pet. 3. Extra water to drink. A higher intake of water means more urination, which in turn will eliminate harmful toxins and bacteria from the body's urinary tract. The intake of water will also help keep the urinary tract healthy. 4. Colloidal silver. 1 teaspoon 4 times a day for a small dog. 2 teaspoons 4 times a day for medium dogs. 3 teaspoons 4 times a day for large dogs. You can add it to your dog's food or water, or you can give it to them with a syringe. 5. Corn silk. Put the silk of 1 ear of corn in 1 cup of boiling water. Cover it and let it sit for about 15 minutes. The dose depends on the weight of your dog. For every 20 pounds, a quarter cup of water impregnated with corn silk twice a day. 6. Probiotics Adding probiotics to your dog's diet is another great remedy for urinary tract infections in dogs. Probiotics increase the multiplication of "good bacteria" in the gastrointestinal tract. 7. Change in the diet. Choose a diet of high quality canned foods, a homemade diet or a raw diet that is well balanced and contains the necessary nutrients to develop immunity and fight infections. No matter which pet food you choose, always keep it properly stored to prevent the formation or spread of bacteria that can cause infections. 8. Rest. Suffering a bladder infection can affect your pet's energy level. Therefore, it is important to allow your dog to rest as much as possible. Adequate rest will help the body heal faster. 10. Vitamin C. Vitamin C is useful for pets suffering from urinary infections in dogs. It helps to acidify the urine and prevent the infection from appearing again. This vitamin also increases the immune system, which helps fight the infection. - Crush a 500 milligram tablet of vitamin C. - Sprinkle the powder over your dog's food. - Do it once a day for up to 7 days. → http://istheonlinedogtrainer.club/ ← START Your FREE TRIAL Now
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Pet Care - Vaccines help prevent many illnesses that affect pets and every other person that is in contact with pets. Find more at: http://www.bholashola.com Like our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/bholashola Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is an owner of Grewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video, he tells about vaccination in Dogs in the Hindi Language. Vaccinating your pet has long been considered one of the easiest ways to help him live a long, healthy life. Not only are there different vaccines for different diseases, there are different types and combinations of vaccines. Please listen to the video carefully or follow the steps given: Understanding Vaccines: Vaccines help prepare the body's immune system to fight the invasion of disease-causing organisms. Vaccines contain antigens, which look like the disease-causing organism to the immune system but don't actually cause disease. When the vaccine is introduced to the body, the immune system is mildly stimulated. If a pet is ever exposed to the real disease, his immune system is now prepared to recognize and fight it off entirely or reduce the severity of the illness. That said, not every pet needs to be vaccinated against every disease. It is very important to discuss with your veterinarian a vaccination protocol that’s right for your pet. Factors that should be examined include age, medical history, environment, travel habits and lifestyle. Most vets highly recommend administering core vaccines to healthy pets. Core Vaccines: Core vaccines are considered vital to all pets based on the risk of exposure, the severity of disease or transmissibility to humans. Your veterinarian can determine what vaccines are best for your pet. Determining the Timing and Frequency of Vaccinations: For puppies: If his mother has a healthy immune system, a puppy will most likely receive antibodies in mother’s milk while nursing. Puppies should receive a series of vaccinations starting at six to eight weeks of age. A veterinarian should administer a minimum of three vaccinations at three- to four-week intervals. The final dose should be administered at 16 weeks of age. For adult dogs: Some adult dogs might receive certain vaccines annually, while other vaccines might be given every three years or longer. For kittens: Kittens automatically receive antibodies in the milk their mother produces if their mother has a healthy immune system. When the kitten is around six to eight weeks of age, your veterinarian can begin to administer a series of vaccines at three- or four-week intervals until the kitten reaches 16 weeks of age. For adult cats: Adult cats might be revaccinated annually or every three years. Local Laws Regarding Mandatory Vaccines: Each country has its own laws governing the administration of the rabies vaccine. Some areas require a yearly rabies vaccination. Other areas call for vaccines every three years. In almost all country, proof of rabies vaccination is mandatory. Risks Associated with Vaccination: Immunizations should mildly stimulate the animal’s immune system in order to create protection from specific infectious diseases. This stimulation can create mild symptoms, ranging from soreness at the injection site to fever and allergic reactions. Most pets show no ill effect from vaccination. Vaccine reactions may be minor and short-lived or require immediate care from a veterinarian. Clinical signs include: Fever Sluggishness Loss of appetite Facial swelling and/or hives Vomiting Diarrhea Pain, swelling, redness, scabbing or hair loss around the injection site Lameness Collapse Difficulty breathing Seizures Lameness It is best to schedule your pet’s appointment so that you can monitor him for any side effects following administration of the vaccine. If you suspect your pet is having a reaction to a vaccine, call your veterinarian immediately. And also please ask for vaccination card as a proof, so that you can show anybody about dogs health and also it helps to take care of dog more easily. Thanks for watching our video. Please like this video if you liked it. Also, subscribe to our channel. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Our Collaboration with Doggies Squad" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQbs6FKkxiA -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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This is a glimpse into the journey taken to try and save 9 puppies with parvo. At home. All 10 of the puppies had 2 rounds of vaccinations prior to the virus. (1 puppy was adopted before outbreak) I was a volunteer with a Houston dog rescue group - AARF Houston. Always wanting to work with animals, this experience proved that it was my calling. I am now a student, studying to be a licensed vet tech; with many further goals ahead! Thank you for watching! -Britnee :)
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Go to www.dermatologyforanimals.com for more information on skin and ear problems in animals. This video shows two of our technicians demonstrating how to give a subcutaneous injection of allergen. Allergy injections are a safe and effective way to treat environmental allergies in animals.
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CIV H3N2 spreads rapidly, especially at boarding facilities, groomers, doggy day cares, dog parks and other spots where dogs co-mingle and socialize. CIV can be spread by direct contact with respiratory discharge from infected dogs, through the air via a cough or sneeze, by contact with contaminated objects such as dog bowls and clothing, and by people moving between infected and uninfected dogs. In November 2015, Merck Animal Health launched its Canine Influenza Vaccine H3N2 under a conditional license, which can be administered to dogs from six weeks of age to aid in the prevention of disease caused by CIV H3N2. The vaccine has reasonable expectation of efficacy and safety. For more information about canine influenza, visit http://www.doginfluenza.com
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