FMD is an acute viral disease of animals (mainly cattle, goats, sheep and pigs), which also hurts people . characterized by intoxication and vesicular-erosive (bubble-ulcerative) lesions of the mucous membranes of the oral and nasal cavities, and skin of the interdigital folds.
Dogs, cats, horses, chickens, ducks, geese do not get sick but can carry the virus.
The causative agent of FMD is stored in the blood and meat of infected animals, is transmitted from one animal to another by contact, through contaminated feed and manure. The pathogen persists for a long time on the health products and litter. An important source of spread of the virus is animal manure, which in such cases should be burned or subjected to biothermal disinfection.
Prevention of foot and mouth disease based on preventing the flow of FMD virus in Schmallenberg disease management and the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. The main reasons for the spread of FMD virus are: the virus introduction from dysfunctional disease entities, primarily in connection with illegal importation of animals, animal products Continue reading
Celebrity world differ quite extravagant choice of style (clothes, hair), food, cars and even Pets. Not surprising, because they have States, which means you can afford any of both classic and exotic luxury.
Today we will talk about animals. Many actors and musicians have preferred cats and dogs is not standard Pets. Supercoolpics is some of them.
Reese Witherspoon — donkeys
Many know Reese Witherspoon for her roles in the films “legally Blonde” and “walk the line”, only few people know that Pets this actress is a pair of miniature donkeys named Honky and Thin. These cute and peaceful animals and barnyard on the property of the actress in Los Angeles along with other animals.
Steven Tyler — raccoon
Many people are afraid to have these animals, and very vain, because even though they are pranksters, but at the same time very sweet and affectionate. On one of the shows of David Letterman, Tyler admitted that he has a pet raccoon, which he goes fishing, planting him on his shoulder. Continue reading