The presence of the coronavirus has been detected in the body of a snow leopard at the Louisville Zoo in Kentucky, U.S.A. After humans, this is the sixth animal, which has tested positive for Coronavirus. And this time three leopards -- two males and a female -- were found...
Small cats have the capacity to infect humans with some disorders. Behind their innocent and often adorable appearance, cats, especially outside the home, can pose a threat to our health if, for example, they bite us. Although it will almost never be serious diseases, except complications, these felines are capable...
Food allergies are fairly frequent in pets, accounting for roughly 10% of all allergy cases in dogs. Some of the most frequent allergens are dairy, wheat, egg, chicken, lamb, soy, rabbit, or fish. If your dog is experiencing severe itching, watery eyes, skin rashes, ear infection, or hair loss, it...
The United States has over 1300 endangered species that are at risk of becoming extinct. Extinction can be due to environmental changes caused by people's actions or nature. Each species requires a specific habitat to survive, and when people change the habitats or homes upon which these species rely,...
Nine great apes were given an experimental Covid-19 vaccine at San Diego zoo. This was reported by the media BBC. Several cattle in the cattle category of the San Diego Zoo in California, U.S.A., have been given a job incarnated by Zoetis, an animal pharmaceutical company. Five bonobos and four orangutans,...
It's difficult to witness your pet in pain. Getting them vaccinated on a regular basis is the greatest way to protect them against recognized diseases. Puppy immunizations begin as early as 6-8 weeks of age and should be finished between 12-16 months of age, after which booster doses are...