First aid for animal bites: what is the danger of the bites of cats, dogs, mice, raccoons, rats, foxes and other animals? What to do if a person is bitten by an animal? What should I do to become infected with rabies from the bite of an animal? As domestic and wild animals attack people quite often. In most cases, the bites come from dogs, cats, mice, rats, raccoons, hamsters, foxes. The danger of the bite of an animal is determined immediately by several factors. Into account is taken as the infectiousness of the animal, the depth of the bite, the size and the effectiveness of first aid . which should be provided to the victim. The bites of wild and domestic animals is especially dangerous because they can cause human infection with rabies. In addition to this, these bites can cause abscess and infection of the wound. First aid for animal bites involves thorough washing of affected area with running water, the imposition of sterile dressings, as well as timely consultation with a doctor .
The bites are like cats and dogs, and numerous wild animals considered to be quite dangerous for the human body. The reason is that in the mouth of animals can be a huge number of microscopic organisms, which tend to cause Continue reading
“I’m not a lover of the exotic, as you, dad. “It was the first visit my daughter in Asia, and we have just passed a street vendor offering a variety of crispy roasty and boiled insects — popular snack food Thailand. I asked if she wanted to try grasshoppers . “They are very even nothing,” I added encouragingly. The daughter shook her head and said, “I’m ready to try something new, but I will not eat any animals nor cute nor disgusting”.
Food, she perceived through the idea of its original form. To the category of disgusting it included the insects, and the category pretty — numerous small mammals, including cats, dogs, rabbits . and three rodent species, somewhere in the West playing the role of Pets: e the hamsters, gerbils and Guinea pigs . The last really beloved Pets in many euroamericana, but this does not negate their long culinary history, and the fact that these rodents and are considered to be an important source of protein in Peru (the birthplace of the “canteens” of rodents), Ecuador, parts of Venezuela and in Bolivia and Colombia. Continue reading