Merida, Yucatan, mexico; October 6, 2017 (ACOM).- With the participation of a hundred of veterinarians, from the 11th to the 13th of this month will be held in this city the First Veterinary Congress of the Maya World, which will take place in the Convention Centre of the Canacintra.
Noah Hernandez, president of the Yucatecan Society of Veterinary Clinical Pet AC, noted that the objective of this event is to present an update of knowledge and providing news on medical products and drugs in care of the smaller species such as dogs and cats.
He said that currently is in vogue the integration of pets to family life, however, it has also been found that the lack of attention to the animals can cause diseases transmitted by fungi, bacteria, and pathogens common in the species canine and gatunas.
He also explained that this association is seeking the certification and the intervention of the professionals of the branch veterinary, because every are more and more people who open care centres and animal are not professionals and harm the pets, without being able to act legally against these.
He noted that neither the health authorities nor the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (Sagarpa) have stepped in to punish those who carried out these services, which many times do not offer the quality of care for medicines that extend to care of the animal species.
“It is true that it is fashionable to have and live with an animal, but it is important to establish that the species canine and feline illnesses can, and these in turn can be transmitted to humans, thus veterinarians study animal husbandry, to meet a possible linkage of human suffering, which can be after the contact of the diseases transmitted by these species under”.
He added that some of the topics discussed at this conference will be the relevance of the authorities on the treatment and certification of the professionals of the veterinary medicine, as well as aspects and scientific developments to the attention of the species and emerging diseases, clinical aspects, and medical alternatives for treatment, food and products in the care of the smaller species.
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