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23 November 2021, 07:03
Photo by E. Samarin. Mos.ru
Experts will share useful care tips with pet owners.
Ahead of World Pet Day, YouTube channel the project “Moscow longevity” an online marathon has begun, organized jointly with the capital Veterinary Committee… During the week, veterinarians working in government clinics will share helpful tips with pet owners on how to keep their pets healthy and make their lives happier and more comfortable.
“We decided to hold an online marathon together with the Moscow Longevity project, since now part of the older generation must observe a home regime, and such online lectures will help them not only organize their leisure time, but also learn a lot about caring for their pets. leaving home “, – said the chairman of the Moscow Veterinary Committee
Home beauty salon
The first video tutorial is already possible look… Marina Evteeva, a veterinarian and groomer at the Rublevsky veterinary department, will tell you whether your pet needs to be clipped, how to bathe it correctly and how often to comb it out. A specialist will give useful advice and help you choose the best care products for your animals.
About rodents and exotic animals
On November 26, users will find out which rare and exotic pets are admitted to city veterinary clinics. Experts say that lately Muscovites are increasingly adopting reptiles, since they require much less attention – they, for example, do not need to be walked.
Veterinarian of the Animal Disease Control Station of the VAO Maria Saparova specializes in rodents and reptiles, so her lecture will be of interest to owners of hamsters, rats, rabbits, turtles and lizards. Viewers will learn how to properly equip a rodent’s cage and choose a terrarium for a turtle or lizard. Also, the veterinarian will talk about proper nutrition, care procedures and explain the intricacies of keeping rare animals.
The November 30th issue will be devoted to the answers to the most frequently asked questions. Those who are just planning to have a pet are sure to think about the need for vaccination, castration / sterilization, chipping and proper nutrition. Yaroslav Nikiforov, a specialist at the Animal Disease Control Station of the HLW, will tell the audience about all the intricacies.
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