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Tips on how to increase your pet's immunity

The dog and the man have established what many consider the longest 
faithful relationship in history. Both species have coexisted for
about 23,000 years, when the first domestications of these animals,
which until then were wild, took place. If you have a pet – or more – and you are worried about some signs
that he has been showing, see in today's text tips on how to increase
your pet's immunity. How to identify a drop in immunity Some signs are presented by the pet that is suffering from a drop
in immunity. See what they are: 1-Excessive sadness; 2-Lack of appetite; 3-Tiredness for no reason; 4-Excessive sleepiness; 5-Vomiting or gagging.
Not to mention that there are other factors that can directly
interfere with your pet's immunity, such as: 1-Unjustified aggression; 2-allergies; 3-Pet's age; 4-Toxic or stressful environment; 5-Congenital or acquired health problems; 6-worms.
We know that you have an emotional connection of love and care
with your pet, but it's essential to look for a vet if one of
these signs or symptoms is presented by your doggo.

How to increase your pet's immunity The metabolism of your doggo has a functioning similar to that of
the human organism. Without discussing cause and effect, let's
remember that, for example, physical activities and healthy
environments are fundamental factors to increase your pet's immunity. Check out the factors that can contribute to reducing risks and
increasing the resistance of your dog's immune system: 1-Physical activity practices: Physical activities are good not only for humans, but also for
animals and this is a proven statement. Therefore, daily walks
or runs and moments of active leisure are important for your dog
to maintain high immunity. 2-Environmental enrichment: In fact, it is not just in terms of fitness that dogs approach
human biological behavior, but also emotionally.
They need rich environments and less prone to the development of
depression, phobias and anxiety. That is, they need healthy environments. 3-Healthy or supplemented food: Again, even for dogs, nutrition needs to be adequate, as the intake
of certain foods can reduce your pet's immunity. Furthermore, it is common for some dogs to suffer from a lack of
important nutrients, which may require supplementary feeding.
A diet rich in strong nutrients can make your dog's immune system a
real defense against risks. 4-Worming and vaccination: It's not because your pet has grown that vaccination is over. This thought is common because there is a huge amount of vaccines to
be applied in the first months of life. But, even after growing up,
you need to be aware of your pet's vaccination record. These are
procedures that aim to avoid situations such as infections, diseases
and allergies. look for a vet Remember that any and all measures must be taken with the help of a
veterinarian. He is the professional who will point out the best way
to go, in case something is happening to your animal. If you liked
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