A stray of what species? If it's a dog, a hacking cough is known as kennel cough...the good news is that it could be something minor that will resolve itself, the bad news is that it could be something very serious such as distemper. There are many different types of bacteria and viruses that produce the "kennel cough" symptom. If you have any other animals, keep the stray isolated from them and thoroughly wash your hands with an alcohol-based disinfectant after handling her until you can get her to a vet and find out what's wrong.
Its a cat forgot to put that sorry but good idea my grandma thinks she may have distempr my mom thinks maybe worms
most likely kennel cough or heart worms she needs vet care i hope everything turns out ok thankyou for rescuing her we need more peopple like you in this world!
by winnie_barkey8 years ago
My st bernard was 4 months old, when i bought him that time he was having kennel cought, i hv brought him to doctor for several time but still no cure. what other way i can do ?
by Tana15 months ago
How do you tell if it's kennel cough?How to tell if it's kennel cough or what they call a backwards cough in small dogs?
by Debra Allen7 years ago
What is the purpose of Tonsills (sp)?Many children have them removed because of disease and health conditions.
by Taihza7 years ago
I found a stray cat thats very sick. eyes are really gunked up and is couphing/wheezingI found this cat outside it is just a kitten. It looks old enough to be away from its mother so... i took it inside. well its eyes...
by Paul Edmondson7 months ago
What kind of bug is this?I found it on my back patio. It's large. Over 1 inch.
by happy20107 years ago
i just found out my husband of 4 years dose'nt think im attractive, if he thinks that whydid we get married if he can get better why say that now, im 115 p i try to look good why?
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