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Risks Factors and Prevention Tips for Feline Coronavirus

Risks Factors and Prevention Tips for Feline Coronavirus

Feline coronavirus may turn fatal when transformed into its mutant form, FIP. Various factors like stress level, immunity and age determine the impact of FIP infection, which can be clinically detected using an antibody titer test.

 

Effective Tips to Treat Cat Bad Breath

Effective Tips to Treat Cat Bad Breath

Feline bad breath is mainly caused due to plaque formation, which can further escalate and cause various periodontal diseases. Treating bad breath in cats with some simple routine steps can help maintain the feline’s oral health.

 

Tips to Read the Pet Food Label Correctly

Tips to Read the Pet Food Label Correctly

To keep your pets fit and healthy, it is important to provide all the essential nutrients through a proper diet and supplements. Pet food labels help in understanding the product quality and suitability. Read more to learn what you should focus on in a pet food label.

 

How Can Ultrasound Make Veterinary Diagnosis Easy?

How Can Ultrasound Make Veterinary Diagnosis Easy?

Ultrasound systems use imaging based on sound waves to perform an accurate diagnosis of animals at veterinary clinics. Through precise imaging of the animal's internal systems, it can improve the overall veterinary care procedures.

 

Understanding Feline Coronavirus and Role of Antibody Titer in Cured Cat

Understanding Feline Coronavirus and Role of Antibody Titer in Cured Cat

Feline infectious peritonitis or FIP is a strain of feline coronavirus that can prove to be fatal if left untreated. Evaluation of feline immunity through VacciCheck can help detect the infection and track recovery in cured feline pets. Here’s what you should know about VacciCheck.

 

Why Giardia Is a Major Threat to Dogs, Cats and People?

Why Giardia Is a Major Threat to Dogs, Cats and People?

Dogs and cats that are usually left unattended outdoors are highly vulnerable to contagious infections like Giardia. These parasites enter the pet animals’ bodies when they contact infected faecal matter or water or surface.

 

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