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German Shepherd Puppy – Kennel Cough at 5 months

Caught kennel cough (respiratory infection). Treated him with Children’s Benadryl (syrup), vet injection, amoxicillin, chicken broth and humidifier with Vicks. Thought this might help others see the signs/symptoms…always consult your vet first.

Video update Dog Parainfluenza outbreak WalksandWags, Villa

walksandwags.com, http Symptoms of parainfluenza virus included many general symptoms seen in other infections, viruses and diseases.This virus is commonly mistaken for kennel cough ,as the symptoms between the two are similar.it’s important to keep in mind that kennel cough usually produces no additional symptoms, other than the cough.symptoms to look for when parainfluenza virus is suspected are as follows, : Dry or hacking cough, that may worsen with activity, fever, difficulty with breathing, wheezing, runny nose, sneezing,runny eyes, eye inflammation, or conjunctivitis, possible pneumonia with depression,loss of appetite. And lethargy. DIAGNOSIS AND DIFFERENTIAYION When parainfluenza virus is suspected but only a cough exists, certain tests will be required to differentiate between kennel cough and the more serious parainfluenza virus.

Gavin DePaw –Brain Damaged Setter Puppy

From 1-07-11 You can see in this video how Gavin was showing some neurological issues–not being able to hold his head up and always wanting to swing his head left and right. We started him on doxycycline because of the suspicion of him being in fected with Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

Pet Talk: Preventing kennel cough

Dr. Jen Klabunde with Northwood Animal Hospital breaks down the signs and symptoms of kennel cough in dogs and how pet owners can prevent the condition.

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behtzie the basset reverse sneezing with kennel cough

Treat whooping cough with natural home remedies by using either fenugreek seeds or garlic. For complete information check this short video from www.homeveda.com ! Visit us to discover over 1000 natural home remedies & information about symptoms & causes for over 200 common as well as chronic health conditions. SUBSCRIBE TO HOMEVEDA www.youtube.com JOIN US ON FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: twitter.com —————————– Whooping Cough: • It usually affects children between the ages of 1-5 years • This disease is contagious Symptoms to look for: • Severe coughing • Recurrent vomiting • Runny nose • Sneezing • Nasal congestion • Fever • Dry cough Causes: • Bacterial infection in the respiratory system • Transmitted from the infected person Natural home remedy using fenugreek seeds, ginger and honey: 1. Take 250 ml water 2. Add 1 tsp fenugreek seeds 3. Boil the water till it reduces to half 4. Strain the mixture 5. Add 1 tsp ginger juice 6. Add 1 tsp honey 7. Mix well 8. Drink this lukewarm Natural home remedy using garlic: 1. Garlic contains allicin which has anti-bacterial properties 2. Crush a few garlic cloves and make paste 3. Press this on a sieve and extract juice 4. Drink 1 tsp of this juice 3 times in a day Tips: • There is a high risk of dehydration in this condition • Hence, one should keep the body hydrated by: o Drinking 8-10 glasses of water everyday o Drinking juices and soups o Eating fruits with high water content

Reverse Sneeze Kennel Cough

Foster Dog Jasmine with Kennel Cough.

Kennel Cough Symptoms and Treatment

healthypets.mercola.com Dr. Karen Becker, a proactive and integrative wellness veterinarian discusses kennel cough symptoms and treatment.

Maltese Dog Gagging – Kennel Cough? Reverse Sneeze?

Our little guy Dexter, a 4 month old Toy Maltese has been acting up lately. For the past 2 days he’s been getting into these sequences of a snoring like sound to gagging. Happens intermittently…. from doing some research, seems like it can be a reverse sneeze or from what the vet said over the phone, a kennel cough which she advised us to turn off the A/C. We’re taking him to the vet tomorrow. Any suggestions? Please help!