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Kennel Cough in Dogs

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What is Canine Dog Bordetella – Canine or dog bordetella is also known as kennel cough. Click the link above for full details on what kennel cough is and whether you need to vaccinate your dog or not.

Cali outside

Sorry this video is so horrible, I was trying out the video feature on my D90 but it does not have autofocus. I was zoomed in on her so my small movements look more like jerking around. Cali is a Husky and German Shepherd mix. She was about to be put down at a shelter for showing symptoms of Kennel Cough–she was just a year old (in 2006). We adopted her anyways, of course. She went to live with my dad in FL shortly after this video was taken; she recently (10/20/12) passed away after getting loose and being struck by a car. I’ll miss her very much.

Sheltie reverse sneeze

Reverse sneezing is usually a sudden, rapid forceful inhalation of air and is usually caused by allergies, irritants, excitement, or depression. It can also happen after drinking/eating, physical exertion, or pulling on the leash. Give Benadryl or Zyrtec to help relieve symptoms. For immediate relief, cover your dog’s nose with your hand so it breathes through the mouth. Episodes usually last for up to a couple of minutes and occur throughout the day; symptoms should subside within a few days. Always seek advice from the vet for worsening symptoms as there might be possible foreign bodies in the nasal passage. Our awesome vet informed us that kennel cough is a hacking cough with phlegm (usually frothy), discharge from the eyes, elevated temp, and/or fatigue.

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Symptoms of Kennel Cough – Symptoms of Kennel Cough Dog owners will agree with me that kennel cough seems to be an extremely worrisome illness in dogs. In actuality, kennel cough in dogs could be compared to a common cold in humans symptoms of kennel cough , homeopathic remedies for dogs, kennel…

How to Diagnose a Coughing Dog. Respiratory Infections Kennel Cough again? Respiratory Infection. Kennel Cough again? Antibiotics Vs. No Antibiotics If you recall when both Stetson and Linus had kennel cough I kept Linus off the antibiotics to see if his symptoms would clear up on their own. Here’s a link to that article:

Kennel Cough 3 month old puppy

Katie is 3 months old adopted from a rescue & has kennel cough. She is currently being treated. The rescue was unsure of her breed but we think a collie mix, she is small for her age. She is still eating, drinking & playing but is lethargic & frequently coughing, hacking, etc. Also has a runny nose & squeaks like a guinea pig

Kennel Cough OR Heartworm +

My foster dog Graham coughing. He’s been treated for KC but now I’m thinkin he’s HW+…