PRIYA PODUVAL cau­tions pet own­ers about life-threat­en­ing MON­SOON MAL­ADIES

Come mon­soon, pets are prone to diseases such as jaun­dice and gas­troen­teri­tis to name a few, and th­ese can prove fa­tal if ig­nored. Citadel colum­nist PRIYA PODUVAL cau­tions pet own­ers about the life-threat­en­ing MON­SOON MAL­ADIES that you should be aware of.

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Mon­soons are a great time for the pet owner and pet to en­joy the re­ju­ve­na­tion of na­ture. Most pet own­ers get ap­pre­hen­sive at the on­set of the mon­soon sea­son, since pets are prone to in­fec­tions. How­ever, if you take the nec­es­sary safety and pro­tec­tive mea­sures, there is no rea­son why you can­not en­joy the sea­son to the max­i­mum with your pets. No­body likes to see their pets in dis­tress; there­fore, there are pre­ven­tive mea­sures that can be taken to en­sure that your pooch doesn’t suf­fer any psy­cho­log­i­cal or phys­i­cal pain. Dur­ing the mon­soon sea­son, most pets pre­fer stay­ing in­doors than out­doors. As a re­sult, the daily out­door rou­tine be­comes a task and sim­ple things like tak­ing pets out to re­lieve them­selves be­come difcult. An­i­mals thrive un­der a rou­tine and when ham­pered, they get stressed. En­ergy re­mains un­spent and stress has as neg­a­tive an im­pact on pets as it does on hu­man be­ings. Many dogs are afraid of the loud thun­der that we of­ten get to hear dur­ing mon­soons. With their keen ears, dogs hear at much higher and lower fre­quen­cies than we do, so they can

Scared pets may hide un­der fur­ni­ture

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