Animal diseases, Biology

Animal Diseases -

Diseases are common in domestic animals.

Common signs of illness in animals are -

1.      Cessation of rumination.

2.      Drop in milk yield.

3.      Restlessness.

4.      Discharge from eyes, nostrils & mouth.

5.      Dropping pinnae.

6.      Dull eyes.

7.      Coughing.

8.      Sneezing.

9.      Diarrhoea.

10.     Difficult breathing.

11.     Increase in temp., pulse rate & respiration rate.

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