Health of the Great Dane and the procedure
Unfortunately Without problems with the health of the Great Dane did not.
This breed has the shortest durationLife among other breeds of dogs. On average, they live 7.5 years. The Great Danes have problems with their paws, and problems with internal organs.
German Great Danes occupy the first place in flatulence or swelling. This is the main cause of death. This is very sad, because the owners are very close with their favorites.
Bloating occurs if the dog is on a full stomachBegins to actively move. At the Great Dane, as with many other dogs, the stomach is not attached to the costal skeleton. During active activity the stomach starts to hang out and blocks the intestinal tract. If you do not take action, bloating can be extremely dangerous. The main thing is that the dog rests 40 minutes after eating - only then it can run.
It is absolutely necessary to periodically releaseThe intestine of the puppy from worms, the presence of which can indicate the analysis of stool. The first procedure for the removal of worms is carried out at the age of 20 days. In case of detection of worms, it is necessary to assign a puppy an 8-day course of treatment with a suitable medicine.
The second procedure is carried out 20 days afterFirst, after which it is recommended to give a bi-monthly analysis for feces during the entire period of the puppy's growth, in order to timely detect the presence of intestinal parasites and prescribe the appropriate treatment. Feces of an adult dog should preferably be taken for analysis every half a year. Important vaccine value for the dog vaccine.
The first inoculation against sap, hepatitis,Leptospirosis and pamoviroza are placed at about 2 months of age. 2nd - 3 weeks after the first. At the age of 3 and a half months, the vaccine is given only against leptospirosis. Repetition of vaccination against all 4 diseases is carried out once a year, and against leptospirosis once every six months.
Because the epidemiological situation canVary from area to location and from season to season, it is advisable to check regularly with the vaccination schedule recommended by an experienced veterinarian. In many areas, such an insidious disease as filariasis, which carries the usual mosquitoes, is common. Your veterinarian should tell you whether you live in a risk zone and recommend suitable preventative measures to you.