1. Body temperature: The temperature of the body is an important indicator of the health of cats and dogs. Generally, the body temperature of puppies is between 38.5 and 39.5 degrees, and the body temperature of adult dogs is between 37.5 and 38.5 degrees. The normal body temperature of cats is between 38.5 and 39.5 degrees. As a host, you must remember to check your body temperature every morning and evening.
2. Observe the pet's breathing condition: the dog breathes 10 to 30 times per minute, and the cat 20 to 30 times。
3. Pulse: dogs are 70 to 120 times per minute; cats are 120 to 140 times, high or low are unhealthy
4. to regularly deworm the pet: Cats and dogs are prone to parasitic diseases such as mites, clonorchiasis, ticks, etc. Usually pets should be dewormed 20 days after birth. Adult dogs and cats drive insects every six months.
5. Regularly vaccinate pets: It is very important to vaccinate pets. Dogs and cats are vaccinated every year; puppies should be vaccinated 15 times after weaning, and 3 times. Deworming should be performed one week before the injection of the vaccine, otherwise the efficacy of the vaccine will be affected.
6, regular bathing of pets: cats and dogs should take a bath every 7 to 15 days, should choose a special bath, otherwise susceptible to skin diseases.
7, sports health: different growth period, different breeds of dogs, cats and cats have different requirements on the amount of exercise, in the growing season requires a large amount of exercise, otherwise the lack of exercise is prone to obesity.
8. Disinfection: Disinfect the appliance, room, barn, environment, etc. every day to reduce the disease caused by humans and animals.
9. Diet: The best staple food for dogs and cats is dog food and cat food. Because of its scientific formula, it can meet the pet's growing demand for protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and inorganic salts. Long-term consumption of meat, liver, bones and other foods is harmful to pets. Dogs eat onions and excessive amounts of vitamins A and D, which are prone to poisoning.
10. The most common infectious diseases of dogs and cats are cat lice, canine distemper, parvovirus enteritis, infectious hepatitis, etc., which are life-threatening. Its main performance characteristics are: sneezing, dry nose, sputum or purulent snoring, depression, cough, eyelids, loss of appetite or abolishment, vomiting, diarrhea, thirst, yellowing, stench. Cat viral rhinotracheitis manifests cough, sneezing, fever, and tears.