In connection with the rapid development of medicine and the expansion of the ability to diagnose diseases of internal organs in animals, it turned out that liver diseases are very common and often cause the death of pets. As you know, spaniels are no exception and very often suffer from liver diseases.
If there is a suspicion of a disease, the spaniel should be shown to the veterinarian who will conduct an examination and, if an ailment is found, will give recommendations for its treatment and select effective drugs.
Treatment of hepatopathy consists in maintaining the vital activity of the animal until the liver cells begin to recover. After identifying, eliminating the cause of the disease and starting its therapy, cell regeneration Continue reading
Often owners of spaniels are faced with the problem of being overweight in their pets. The danger of obesity and the most effective methods for losing weight spaniel will be described in this article.
Mostly, dogs begin to gain weight due to the large amount of food consumed and low activity. Calories from food are not wasted, but converted to fat. The spaniel begins to overeat, if he is bored, he is very greedy or he is simply over fed by the “caring” owners, not realizing that a small piece of goodies for a person is a bunch of extra calories for the spaniel. Proper nutrition of the spaniel is a guarantee of its good health. The spaniel needs to lose weight if you feel the ribs with your palms while palming the dog.
Obese spaniels tend to live less than dogs of normal weight, and get sick much more often. Extra pounds Continue reading
English Cocker Spaniels are curious, knowledgeable shustriks with a friendly, but by no means weak character. They will appreciate and obey the owner by default, but they will not allow the rest of the household to manipulate themselves. Moreover, when trying to force a pet to do something, get ready to observe stubbornness and a skillful imitation of misunderstanding. If we are talking about respect, then first of all the dog experiences it in relation to the owner, and in the second – to itself. Children in this hierarchical pyramid occupy the penultimate step. Yes, the “English” are happy to play with them, but do not expect the dog to have angelic patience and iron endurance when the child begins to cause her serious discomfort or pain. Continue reading