Training
Labrador training is something! This is a whole palette of all kinds of methods and means of influence, motivation, coercion, encouragement. Labrador combines the energy of a German shepherd, the…

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Passion for dysplasia
Hip dysplasia in dogs is a problem that affects at least three categories of people. These are veterinarians (orthopedists, surgeons, genetics, physiologists) involved in the detection of dysplasia, its diagnosis,…

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Hereditary eye diseases
Progressive Retinal Degeneration (PRD / PRA) refers to a group of genetic (hereditary) retinal diseases that cause damage to the photoreceptor (photosensitive) retinal cells - rods and cones, leading to…

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Labrador Care

Paws
The laborer’s easy gait is largely dependent on the condition of the claws. If the dog walks a lot on asphalt or other hard ground, the claws grind by themselves. But with a constant walk on a soft surface (snow, sand, grass), the nails grow very much, the paw cannot assemble into a “lump”, it becomes flat, which causes great inconvenience. It is convenient to cut the nails with a special nail clipper, and if it is not, then with ordinary nippers. Usually it is enough to cut the claws once a week, they are shortened to a small length so as not to touch the blood vessel and nerve inside the claw. Strongly grown claws should Continue reading

General principles of first aid

Helping a poisoned animal is a very difficult task even for an experienced veterinarian, not to mention the owner of the animal, since it is usually very difficult to determine what kind of poison the pet poisoned. Nevertheless, first aid should be provided as soon as possible. With an obvious picture of poisoning, and with suspicion of it, first of all, you should try to find out the nature of the poisonous substance and its penetration into the body: through the respiratory system, skin or mouth. Any information and trifles found at the place of poisoning can help with this: packaging from any chemicals or drugs; leftover food; odors of volatile substances, vomit with a characteristic odor, etc. Naturally, accurate identification of a poisonous substance will help to properly and efficiently fight poisoning. The provision of assistance consists of certain Continue reading

Chemical poisoning

Acute or unexpected (sudden) poisoning of pets is one of the urgent problems that concern owners, although they are not so common in veterinary practice (1-2% of all cases of the disease). When the symptoms that accompany the poisoning occur, pet owners often begin to succumb to excessive emotionality and assume that their pets have been poisoned by either neighbors or ill-wishers. Although, most often, the cause of such sad incidents is negligence, carelessness of people, which results in the availability of substances that can lead to poisoning. Since the nature of the dog is a very curious creature, when examining the world around it, it can easily meet with poisonous substances, poisonous Continue reading

Labrador sterilization
If the owner of the Labrador does not plan to receive offspring from his pets and does not want to burden himself with the worries associated with caring for the…

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Mycoplasmosis and ureaplasmosis
Mycoplasmas - the smallest free-living microorganisms (prokaryotes), belong to the family of Musplasmataceae, which is part of the Mycoplasmatales class of the Mollicutes class. Mycoplasmas are extremely polymorphic microorganisms. In…

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Labrador Puppy Care Instructions
Puppy training begins from the moment when he is brought to a new home. First of all, the puppy is introduced to new people, animals and sounds, accustomed to cleanliness,…

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Puppy initial training
Keeping your puppy clean In order to teach your puppy not to get dirty in the house, firstly, you need to walk him as often as possible. It is absolutely…

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