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For Owners

We believe, that it's incredibly important for pet owners to be well informed about the care they need to provide for their pets. We have collected for you videos and articles, with the aim to help you be better pet owners.

Should I castrate my dog / my cat?

Castration is an operation with the smallest risks for the animal's health. Side effects are minimal and castration has long been established as an early routine procedure in all countries with well-developed veterinary medicine.

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Anti-craving pills - DO NOT give them if you love your pet

Hormonal tablets for dogs and cats have been sold on the market for years. The most common are Nonestron and Nonovulin, containing megestrol acetate. Anti-craving pills are dangerous drugs with serious side effects that are scarcely described.

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Renal failure in cats

Kidney failure is a major cause of death in adult (over 8 years) cats. The kidneys of carnivorous animals “wear out“ quickly. It is believed that the reason for this is the high percentage of proteins in their food.

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How to teach a dog hygiene habits

Teaching your dog hygiene habits is, in theory, very easy. The key is to prevent whites in the house and provide only one alternative — outside. By nature, the dog forms habits easily and soon learns that there is no better place to pee and poop than outside.

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Pregnancy and birth in the dog and cat

The duration of pregnancy in the dog and cat averages 60 days, but the difficulty in accurately determining the time of ovulation, multiple fertilizations and the variable duration of estrus make it difficult to determine the date of birth.

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Dental plaque in dogs and cats

Dental plaque is a hard plaque that adheres to the teeth and forms slowly as a result of the mineralization of food residues in the oral cavity. The bacteria found there are also involved in this process.

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