Veterinarian discuss threat from canine vector borne disease
A new research highlighting the threat of canine vector borne diseases (CVBD) and zoonotic diseases throughout Asia- Pacifi c region is currently being fi nalised by a group of veterinarian scientists specialising in canine parasitology. According to the veterinarian scientists, dogs are at high risk of not just contracting a number of debilititating and life threatening disease but also transmitting dangerous pathogens to other dogs as well as humans. The high risk disease areas are pin-pointed geographically on coloured maps, latest in the series of global occurrence maps developed fi rst in Europe by the CVBD World Forum.
The forum intends to compile the latest scientific knowledge to educate vets within the region and encourage dog owners to become more vigilant about parasite protection. The forum comprising of leading experts in natural sciences, veterinary and human medicines from Asia and Australia was founded on October 30, this year in Bangkok with an aim to exchange knowledge and fi ndings about the ectoparasite-pathogen-host interaction as well as characterisation and assessment of pathogens and vector distribution to increase awareness and to foster preventive measures. Its consolidated fi ndings will be exchanged intensively with the international CVBD world forum. This work has support of Bayer Animal Health.
A new destination
Agra dog lovers have a new destination to buy goodies for their four-legged companions. Shop till you drop at the newly opened Dr. Nehru’s Royal Pet Shop.
To lay emphasis on the importance of timely ultrasound and blood test for dogs and cats, a three-day free ultrasound camp for dogs and cats was organized by Dr. Nehru’s dog clinic from October 7, 2008.
For more info, contact: Dr. Nehru’s Royal Pet Shop, Opposite Shree Tollies, Agra, Ph: 09837022777, 09897161000.
An ideal destination
Pamper your pooches, a healthy way. An ideal destination for pet parents, who don’t shy away from splurging on their fourlegged companion. Newly renovated My Lovely Pet Shop is an ideal destination: Saint Merry Apartment, near Holy Cross School, K Villa, Thane (W). Ph: 25402872, 25363194.
For details call, Dr. Girish M. Bapat at: 9820023106.
Intas brings Procott, a new star in the horizon
Intas has recently launched Procott, a premium conditioning and coat friendly shampoo, which naturally revives a bright and healthy coat of all canine breeds across all ages.
Nuvo Budy, the mascot representative of Intas Companion Animal segment launched Procott amongst pet clinics, pet shops and retail stores across all the metros and major towns of the country in September this year. The energy fi lled mascot has created a buzz in the Indian companion animal care market.
Procott offers unique blend of herbal extracts, including Avocado fruit oil mixed with vitamin E, which ensures a healthy rinsing, shiny conditioning and also gently pampers and nourishes each strand of hair. The coat friendly pH of this product balances the skin’s natural oil, while the superior moisturizing effect gives a lustrous finish.
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