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Pet Medicines & Vaccination

Like people pets needs vaccines, and pet vaccination , may sometime require a booster to keep them affective. The best way to stay on schedule with vaccination for your dog or cats is to follow the recommendations of a veterinary Doctor you trust . Deforming `schedule Here at pet salon we know your pet is essential for many reason.

Commonly used medication types

  • The list below contains the most commonly used types of medications in dogs and cats, but is by no means a complete list of all of the types of medications used in veterinary medicine.
  • Antibiotics: these are drugs that kill microbes, such as bacteria and yeast, and are used to treat infections. They don’t kill viruses, but they are sometimes prescribed to treat secondary bacterial infections that can occur when an animal is ill from a viral infection. Examples in dogs and cats include penicillin, trimethoprim-sulfa, cephalexin and enrofloxacin.
  • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories: these common drugs reduce swelling, inflammation, pain and lameness. Examples include carprofen, deracoxib, firocoxib, and meloxicam.
  • Opioid pain relievers: these medications are generally derived from morphine and can be potent pain relievers. Examples include oxycodone, hydromorphone, butorphanol, meperidine and fentanyl. Most of these drugs are controlled substances because of their addictive potential.
  • Steroids: steroids have many different uses. They can be potent anti-inflammatories and are frequently used to reduce allergic and anaphylactic reactions. They are also used at high doses to suppress the immune system.  Examples include prednisone, prednisolone and dexamethasone.
  • Antiparasitics: these products are intended to prevent, repel or kill internal or external parasites such as intestinal worms, intestinal protozoans (Giardia, etc.), heartworms, fleas and ticks.
  • Behavior-modifying drugs and sedatives: these drugs are used to quiet anxious pets or help in reducing anxiety associated with various behavioral issues in pets, prepare pets for anesthesia, and to reduce pet movement during delicate procedures. Examples include diazepam, xylazine, acepromazine and midazolam.
  • Hormones and other medications used to treat specific conditions: Examples include insulin used for diabetes treatment, methimazole or levothyroxine for abnormal thyroid hormone levels, and heart medications such as atenolol, digoxin, and pimobendan.

Chemotherapeutics: these drugs are used to treat tumors and cancer. Examples include cisplatin, vincristine, doxorubicin and cyclophosphamide.

Pets Training

Fear, stress and anxiety are at the root of many problem behaviors in cats and dogs and in some cases, human behavior is the direct cause of a pet’s actions. Many pet owners fail to understand this, though, and instead blame the dog or cat for the “bad” behavior. In our experience, pet owners make three common mistakes that lead to problem behaviors in their dogs and cats.

1.Ignoring a pet’s body language.

The vast majority of pet owners don’t understand what their pets are saying. Your cat or dog may use simple body language to politely request that you give him some space. If you ignore him or misinterpret his signals, he is likely to progress to more pronounced warnings, like a growl or hiss, to get his message across. Failure to heed a pet’s warnings can make it seem like a bite or scratch came out of nowhere. Instead of waiting until your pet lashes out, familiarize yourself with the early signs of anxiety and stress and tailor your own behavior accordingly.

2.Pushing a pet to face his fears.

Repeatedly exposing an animal to a situation that frightens him, without gradual desensitization to allay the stress, is a high-risk strategy and one that can escalate your pet’s panic and fear rather than decrease it. While it is possible that your pet may learn to tolerate whatever it is that scares him (loud noises, bright lights, small children), it is unlikely that he will ever completely lose the associated sense of fear or anxiety. In addition, force- or punishment-based training strategies can escalate anxiety and aggression and deteriorate the bond of trust between person and pet. Reward-based strategies, on the other hand, are more successful at helping a pet learn to manage his stress in scary situations. In some cases, the best resolution is to manage the environment around the pet to remove stressors altogether (when possible).

3.Forcing a pet to comply with care.

Forcing a pet to endure care that scares or upsets him, such as nail trims, grooming or other procedures, can be emotionally and physically dangerous for the pet. An upset cat or dog may struggle during handling or physically fight and bite to get away. A frighted animal can injure himself and anyone caring for him, including veterinary staff, groomers — even his owner. This can compromise a pet’s ability to get necessary veterinary care. A better approach is to teach the pet that calm cooperation earns ample rewards. Such efforts are important both in the home and other places of care, including the veterinarian and the groomer. The mission of Fear Free Certified Professionals is to protect both the physical and emotional health of pets during care. Talk to your veterinarian or groomer about fear-free strategies to help your pet receive the care he needs without the stress.

Pet Boarding

Regardless of how much you love your pet, there will come a time when you’ll have to leave them behind, be it for travel, emergencies, or illness. Your first instinct may be to bring them along with you, only to find out that your hotel has a no-pets policy, or your pet has suddenly become violently ill in the middle of your vacation.

Not to mention, pet travel isn’t exactly cheap. Instead, some pet owners resort to leaving them with neighbors who, unfortunately, may not even be able to tell the difference between dog food and cat food. Home dog boarding is often a better alternative if you can find a good candidate for the job.

We provide pet boarding too.

More than 5 thousand pet owners recognize the knowledge and experience boarding facilities provide for pets by us. Before you drop off your pet at the nearest kennel, just contact once Relite Pet Gallery.

Pet Mating

The actual stud service itself is the act of the male dog mating with the female that is in heat. Unless you happen to own your own breeding male, you’ll likely need to use an outside stud on your bitch. However, many first time breeders don’t know what to expect from this experience, so here is a breakdown of the way many professional breeders handle the situation.

Selecting a Stud

Selecting the right stud for your bitch is the first order of business. You’ll want to choose a dog that is a great representative of his breed and also free of genetic faults and illnesses. Even more importantly, you’ll want to select a stud dog that has a wonderful temperament because he’ll be more likely to produce pups that also have a sound temperament. Always choose the best dog in order to produce the best progeny.

Dog mating.. Reproduction in dogs, season , heat , pubertiy maturity in female dogs occurs around six months of age. So twice a year female bitch is ready for reproduction.

Stud service..stud means man who is highly active proficient sexually . A stud fee is a price paid by the owner of female dog to the owner of a male dog for the right to breed. Some champion blood line studs are available in lucknow. We help the female owners to breed with them and have a stunning litter with it.

Pet Dental Care

Dental health.. Brushing pets teeth is a anot her ritual to perform regularly . a pets dental health can have tremendous effect on overall physical wellbeing. By keeping your animals teeth clean . You will also help keep the animal with vet checkups and can also avoid expenses related to professional cleaning.