Pets do not live forever. Even though you know this, it is still hard when the time comes to say goodbye to your dog. In-home dog euthanasia does give you more flexibility as to how and when you say that final goodbye. It can be so comforting to do it in your own home, where your dog feels comfortable, and where friends and family members can be there with you. If you'll soon be having your dog euthanized at home, here are some tips to help you navigate this difficult process.
Mastitis is an infection of the mammary glands. It is particularly common in nursing and milking cows. When a cow develops mastitis, her teat and udder often become red, inflamed, and painful. She may not allow you to milk her, and she may not allow a calf to nurse. There is an antibiotic medication called quartermaster that can be delivered straight into the udder, through the teat. This medication can be quite effective at alleviating mastitis and its symptoms.