What to do with the Feces of our Animals

What to do with the Feces of our Animals

Collect the feces of your pet is not only a hygienic attitude, but education and citizenship.

The stool of our animals emporcalham our streets and squares and endanger our health and the health of our animals. Many animals eliminate parasites and / or parasite eggs in the faeces, as well as bacteria. These stools on display will appropriate conditions unit and heat could allow re – infection of the animals themselves and not rarely man.

The animals reinfectam, licking or sniffing contaminated ground (sidewalks, streets and squares) or often licking the foot itself or after a walk.
The same animal can contaminate our home, sofas and beds when they return from touring with contaminated feet. People can contaminate stepping stools or mainly children playing on lawns, parks sands or even with potentially infected animals.

The main transmitted diseases are “geographically animal”, which is an intestinal parasite larvae migrating through the skin of people, intestinal bacterial infections, infections caused by Giardia, erratic cysts intestinal worms in lungs, eyes, or other muscle tissues man among others. The cat feces, if not disposed of properly can become a source of infection of toxoplasmosis by direct contamination or through contamination of rivers and springs that can contaminate water irrigation of vegetables and fruits or even contaminate the grazing animals whose meat is intended for human consumption. Toxoplasmosis is particularly serious for pregnant women, leading to birth defects and irreversible neurological disorders.

The act of collecting the feces of the animals on the sidewalks should be a reflex, thinking about our health, the health of our animals and the cleaning and hygiene of our cities and public roads. It is a hygienic attitude, respect, intelligence, citizenship and environmental awareness.

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