title=”Prevention and Treatment of Common Diseases in Border Collies”
Humans get sick and dogs are no exception. The Border Collie is also susceptible to illness due to its environment, diet, and infectious diseases. For example, the Border Collie has a thick and trim coat, so it is susceptible to parasitic diseases such as fleas and ticks, susceptible to sub and induced skin diseases, and so on. Therefore, parents should do a good job of defending and treating diseases for the Border Collie in life, so that it can grow up healthy and happy.
First, do a good job of caring for the Border Collie itself. For example, brush your teeth 3-4 times a week to prevent oral diseases; clean your ears, anal glands, and toenails once a week to prevent mites and other bacterial infections; trim your toenails once every 3-4 weeks to avoid bacterial reproduction and infections; and bathe regularly and comb your coat daily as an effective way to prevent diseases from arising.
Second, in addition to daily care, parents should also keep their Border Collies up to date with internal and external deworming and regular annual vaccinations to improve their dog’s body resistance and prevent the risk of infectious diseases. In addition, if the family can, you should also take your dog to a professional veterinary hospital for a comprehensive physical examination every year to do a good job of disease prevention.
Of course, if you find that your Border Collie is really showing signs of illness, such as sneezing, runny nose, coughing, watery eyes, elevated body temperature, increased eye stools, slow and unstable walking, unbearable itching all over the body, severe hair loss, vomiting and diarrhea, parents should pay attention to this and promptly take your Border Collie to the vet for diagnosis and treatment, listen to the veterinarian’s advice and choose the right medication and treatment to The company’s main goal is to provide the best possible service to its customers.