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Today’s veterinarians are the only doctors educated to protect the health of both animals and people. They work hard to address the health and needs of every species of animal and they also play a critical role in environmental protection, food safety, animal welfare and public health. If you are here, that means you are probably considering getting a pet. While owning a pet is rewarding, be mindful that pet ownership is also a huge responsibility. Pet ownership is a long term commitment. If you have long working hours, a busy social life and you travel a lot, think twice before you get a pet like a dog or a cat. Make sure your pet can accommodate to your lifestyle. Do research beforehand on the pet you wish to get. Pet care for instance, require a great deal of knowledge. Almost all pet owners have a veterinarian they can rely on for their pets ‘medical concern’. Veterinarian is the first person you should approach when your pet is sick or injured. Veterinarian are also your important source of information about your pet. No matter what pet you are going to bring home, make sure to treat them well. Though owning a pet cost you time and money, be assured it is definitely worth it. Zoonotic diseases (also known as zoonosis) are caused by germs that spread between animals and people. Among the many zoonotic diseases prevalent in Malaysia are leptospirosis, rabies, influenza, Japanese encephalitis, toxoplasmosis, Q fever and monkey-pox which have been investigated at the Division of Virus Research, Institute for Medical Research, Kuala Lumpur. This webinar will help you to understand the role of major tips for keeping your pets at home healthy with safety to your life and your children from a zoonotic disease point of view. #MAHSA #BeMore 🌐

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