Pets


Just like humans, pets can experience allergic reactions.Pets can feel allergic reactionn from almost any substance including food, insect bites, medications, vaccines and inhaled particles like dust or pollen. The immune (resistant) system is designed to protect the body from infection. A normally functioning system recognizes things that are “non-self” such as bacteria, viruses that enter or contact the body. The immune system processes the invaders to help prevent disease. In some instances, the immune system can overreact, causing mild to severe, life threatening disease, manifesting as an “allergic reaction”.

More serious reactions are :

– Difficulty breathing

– Choking

– Coughing

– Severe swelling or skin reactions

– Pain

– Eepression

– Anaphylactic shock
Diagnosis is based on history, symptoms, and examination findings. All allergic reactions should receive prompt medical treatment.

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My philosophy is simple, to help you make smart pet-care decisions, I’ve created this blog with the most up-to-date information on all kinds of popular pets (dogs and puppies, cats and kittens, rabbits, birds and more. According to the recent survey every households in the Wold have at least one pet. Are you think about why do people have pets? If not then start think about this. Ok I am . There are many reasons for that some positive And as usual some negative.

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Pets health information

Some of the health benefits of pets are listed below.


Pets can decrease your Blood pressure

Cholesterol levels can be decrease by pets

Pets can decrease your Triglyceride levels

Pets can feelings of loneliness of your life

Opportunities for exercise and outdoor activities

Opportunities for socialization

With money you might buy happiness for some, but for most people having strong family ties is a much bigger predictor of contentment than income, a new study shows.
When researchers analyzed data tracking married people over a decade, they found that while income did contribute to happiness up to a point, the quality of family relationships was much more important.
The study is one of the first to examine the impact of economic and family changes over time.

According to recent survey, family relationships are more important than family income for happiness

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