According to statistics, most often, Moscow pets suffer from dermatitis, obesity and urolithiasis, reports ‘Moscow‘ News Agency with reference to the press service of the Veterinary Committee of Moscow.
It is noted that among cats infectious diseases, calcivirosis, panleukopenia and mycoplasmosis are found, and among dogs – viral enteritis and nursery cough. For the prevention of various diseases, pets need to ensure proper feeding and conditions.
According to the source, owners with dwarf dog breeds turn to Moscow clinics more often. To prevent infectious diseases, it is necessary to vaccinate pets at an early age. Rabies vaccinations must be made without fail.