how to treat kennel cough

Posted by pak yons on Thursday, October 11, 2012

who have pet dogs puppies usually susceptible to cough, the disease is easily transmitted between dogs sakali. Kennel Cough or Canine Infectious tracheobronchitis is a disease of the upper respiratory tract in dogs is common in young dogs / puppies.

much for dog owners who think that they swallow something as prominent symptoms of kennel cough is coughing and trying to remove something from his mouth, but nothing came out.

for any dog ​​exposed to the disease should be immediately separated keep warm place, the use of antibiotic doses that are too high not seen heavy dog. given that regular vitamin C dose is not too high.

The virus that causes Infectious tracheobronchitis is most often infects the parainfluenza virus. This virus will cause mild symptoms for up to 6 days to a secondary infection by bacteria. To avoid possible infection with this virus by vaccination.

The best prevention is not to confuse the dog with other dogs, especially young dogs. If indeed it can not be avoided, the second option is to vaccinate. Dogs that have been vaccinated will be protected by some agents cause trachebronchitis, mainly parainfluenza and adenovirus.

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