Latest Research on Ticks and Weather
Click here to access an article that has been published in the Veterinary Journal by an Honours student from Sydney University. It looks at the relationship between the weather and the occurance of tick paralysis in cats and dogs as well as the occurance of canine parvovirus. It looks at the southern oscillation indexx and rainfall along the east coast of Australia.
Following ingestion of the toxin, rapid onset and progression of clinical signs (within 30mins to 2 hours depending on the dose) accounts for the poor prognosis and requirement for immediate veterinary attention. Poisoning can be fatal 2-12 hours following the onset of clinical signs without treatment.
Diet for Adult Dogs
This is a balanced daily diet sufficient for an adult dog weighing 10 kg to provide all of the nutritional requirements for maintenance of normal body weight.