Climate change brings rising temperatures and humidity – the very environmental changes that improve the living conditions of most disease carriers. Ticks, for example, are the winners from climate change. Ticks are spreading more and more all over Germany, and we can find them very much active all year around now.
…you will find all of that out in this blog post. Important vitamins, enzymes and fatty acids are formed in the intestinal microbiome. But even an otherwise relaxed microbiome can become unbalanced because of antibiotic therapy, deworming or the infestation of pathogens. In these cases, the immune system needs support.
You can find microorganisms like bacteria, fungi, viruses and archaea everywhere. They are in nature, on trees, in water, in the earth and both on and in the bodies of humans and animals. These microorganisms colonise the human and animal intestines and form a so-called microbiome. In this article, we will clarify exactly what this is and how you can support the microbiome with pre- and probiotics.
Plants play an important role for us: as foods, spices, delicacies, or remedies. Modern phytotherapy uses the natural healing powers of plants (phyton, Gr. = plant) in medicinal preparations based on scientific principles.
Veronika is studying to be a veterinarian. She’s in her 6th year at the veterinary faculty of the LMU München, and there are only a few tests left before she can call herself a veterinarian. Veronika says that above all else, she is creative. This creativity comes out in the form of one or other crazy idea, often one that others end up speaking about… But one idea caught on: the veterinary nude calendar at LMU.
Omeprazol is a well-known medicine for stomach ulcers that protects the stomach. VomiSan is a complementary feed for cats and dogs that naturally supports the gastric mucosa and the stomach and throat areas. Both support animals’ digestive tract. But what is the difference between the two?
Chances are this New Year’s Eve will be a bigger and louder one than ever. Parties, Fireworks and General Mayhem – We all know the drill. So, let’s get to preparing your pets for the ‘Crash Bangs’ over the festivities. Use these 5 tips for sensitive dogs and cats:
It only takes a minute to realise that Nicole Lenhardt and Milo are inseparable, even if she calls him “bastard” – a term of endearment in Swabia. Nicole, the 27-year-old from Stuttgart, had been a successful travel blogger for a long time now. But then the Eurasier “Milo” came along, and with him everything went differently than planned. In this interview, Nicole explains why she is no longer a travel blogger and how Milo is not the dog she was expecting.
When you think of rescue dogs, the glorified image of the faithful St. Bernard strolling towards the incident scene with his wooden keg may come to mind. Or maybe of Lassie, who is able to tell with three loud barks who had an accident, when, where and how. But what does the workplace of a rescue dog really look like? Who will teach him all of his knowledge? And above all how? And do you actually have to carry a small wooden barrel with schnapps around your dog’s neck for all walks of life.
Relocating to a new home, separating the puppies or kittens from some family members and introducing new surrounds can be quite stressful. In sensitive puppies and kittens, this type of separation and familiarisation stress can lead to digestive problems with flatulence or diarrhoea.