Treatment of Blood in Pet Urine – Cystigo

Treatment of Blood in Pet Urine – Cystigo

Written by Dr. Sakshi Sharma Case Study: A 7-year-old castrated male indie dog was reported by his owner to have a 2-months history of pollakiuria and polydipsia (PU/PD) and a 1-month history of intermittent hematuria. Abdominal ultrasonography from the referring...
Collars and Harnesses: Using Them the Right Way

Collars and Harnesses: Using Them the Right Way

By Unnati Hunjan* Walks are an essential part for the well-being of our dogs. But it can get difficult without the right equipment and training. Choosing between a harness and a collar, especially one that’s ideal for your dog, can get tricky! The choice largely...
Ticks And Fleas

Ticks And Fleas

Pests That Feed on Your Pets By Dr. Bhanu Dev Sharma* Your pet’s soft and warm fur provides the perfect environment for fleas and ticks. These insects feed on your pet’s blood and can cause health problems ranging from allergic reactions to serious tick-borne...
Prevention Is Better Than Cure

Prevention Is Better Than Cure

Preventive care to keep dogs safe from ticks and fleas By Dr. Smruti Smita Mohapatra* Ticks are ectoparasites that are part of the mite super order Parasitiformes. Because of their blood-ingesting diets, ticks act as vectors of many serious diseases that affect health...
Health Tips for Dogs During Summers

Health Tips for Dogs During Summers

By Dr. Shantanu Kalambi The soaring summer temperature is unbearable for humans and our pets are no exception. Just like us, our pets can also experience heat exhaustion that can put their lives at risk. As a pet parent, one needs to be observant of the signs and...
FEEDING A PUPPY

FEEDING A PUPPY

Puppies cannot regulate vitamins and nutrients like an adult dog can, and puppies require a daily balanced diet. Here is a general timeline for what your puppy needs at each stage of his first year of life. 6–12 weeks – For normal and ideal development of puppy,...