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Women's Column: Anger (part 3)


Last week we talked about anger. Causes and practices at the time of being bitten by dogs today, see "How to prevent" rage and we understand the "false beliefs" that talk about this disease together

Prevention of rabies It can not be difficult at all, that's how it is.

1. Take dogs and cats that are administered to rabies vaccination from the age of 3 months and repeat the stimulation again after the first needle of one month.

2. When you get new dogs and cats, you should know the history of the vaccines and bring them to see a veterinarian for vaccination against rabies and other diseases.

3. Do not let young children play with dogs or cats that are not familiar with themselves, as well as to avoid fakes or disturbances of animals due to the high risk of breaking.

4. Avoid touching the saliva of animals that do not have a history of rabies vaccination.

5. Do not use naked hands, mouth or throat excavated to help dogs or cats show symptoms such as having a neck, without seeing the animal, periodically or swallowing because it can be a symptom of anger.

6. Do not mix with animals outside the home without owners or animals who do not know the history of the vaccination?

If you can do it, you can protect yourself from anger. But there are still many people who have an incorrect understanding of rage. "Strange Faithful Beliefs," said the following

@ "Cats and cats are only rage in the summer" ?!

It is not true: dogs and cats are rage "every season", not as regards the weather. Most people think that the hot weather will make the dogs crazy (like stressful people), that rabies is actually an illness associated with the "system. The nerve" is not "neurosis" or "mental disorder" ( how people understand or what people say that when they are in a very hot weather they will be stressed until they are crazy)

The most common cause in summer is often caused by

1. This disease is caused by a virus that has the period of incubation of the disease from a few weeks to a year. Generally, it will be about 3 months (the incubation period refers to the time from infection to show symptoms).

2. In the past, the dog breeding season is usually from November to March, and at this stage, the dog will often "show power" to bite each other to fight for the female. Other dogs

3. During the summer, it is school holidays and children are more likely to bite.

@ "Puppies or cats. Children do not have anger"?!?

It is not true: young dogs and cats, if they are infected, can spread rage to people and other animals, so that animals have a chance of rage.

About strange beliefs About rage, it's not all. We'll talk next week.

Associate Professor Dr. Tiladirun Rungruangkitkrai

Public relations and promotion of the corporate image

Faculty of Veterinary University of Chulalongkorn

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