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How to Keep your Pet Fit and Virus Free!!

15 Feb 2022

February 15, 2022

The immune system in all organisms aims to protect the body from different threats such as diseases and infections which keeps them alive a system that works all the time and is responsible for preventing aggressors from entering the body and establishing the barriers, this is a complex network of highly specialized tissues, organs, cells, chemical messengers, and hormones.

The lymph system and lymph nodes, spleen, bone marrow, and thymus gland all play a role, as do white blood cells, antibodies, and complement proteins.

There are several natural based complementary products that contribute to the reinforcement of the pet’s immune system. 

When you see a happy, strong, with good muscle composition, with excellent growth performance, excellent reproductive performance and good mood and exercise is a sign the animal has a good immune system.

High percentage of the organs are associated with the immune system of animals which are associated with the digestive system or the digestive tract.

When you discover an animal displays unusual behaviour becomes low in height or low weight this is a sign the health is deteriorating, with diseases or severe conditions, problems occur through exposure, illness, or vaccination. The immune system develops a memory of each disease it fights and can quickly recognize and defend against an organism causing disease to its host.

Symptoms of a weakened immune system include skin infections, recurring parasitic infections, and initially mild infections or illnesses that progress into serious health issues because the body cannot sufficiently defend itself. For cats, frequent eye or upper respiratory infections are also indicative of a weak immune system.

Having a good diet is important to help with fighting bacteria, a virus or a parasite pet’s immune system is the host’s way of defence and prevention against such invasion, many people wait until their animal has a serious or chronic illness such as cancer, kidney disease or allergies to finally change the diet. Of course, prevention is much kinder and immeasurably more effective.

Pets need a varied diet that includes as much fresh food as possible as well as dry and good quality tin food, an initial investment in good quality food will end up saving a bundle in vet bills for preventable, nutrition related diseases down the road.

One of the benefits of a healthy diet is a healthy gastrointestinal tract. If the digestive tract is stressed by inflammation from allergies or inflammatory bowel disease or other digestive disorders, the nutrients in even a healthy diet are harder to process and absorb.

Healing and maintaining the digestive tract are vital to overall health.

Exercise and stress-free environments are important to maintaining a strong body and immune system. Moderate exercise will help weight control.

Daily vitamins and supplements can help greatly with keeping your pet healthy.

Areas to consider: Feed a minimally processed diet, consider adding supplements, minimize vaccinations, avoid chemical flea treatments, limit exposure to toxic chemicals in your animal’s environment, avoid overuse of steroids and antibiotics. Vitamin C supplementation in dogs and cats is also relatively safe.

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