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?
If the dog is in a clean, warm environment, kennel cough starts to go away in a couple of days. If the cough lingers, and doesn't seem to be clearing up, take the dog to the vet, but warn them on the phone that you think it might be kennel cough, so they can take appropriate precautions when you visit.
One of mine had a particularly nasty case of kennel cough when I adopted her. She was sick for a week, over the holidays, and when I took her to the vet, they scheduled her at the end of the day, and we didn't stop at the scale for weighing. The vet thought we should have seen improvement in a week, and put her on antibiotics. Her cough cleared in 24 hours.
by winnie_barkey 9 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 Pamer 8 years ago
I found a stray and she has a cough wat could it b?
by schoolgirlforreal 7 years ago
I've had a cough for over a week. I went to the doctor and then it wasn't bad so she did nothing.Then it got worse and I have been taking cough medicine religiously and coughing up a storm (but good to get the phlegm out- I just quit smoking......)So, I guess I'm ok.any ideas?Thanks so much
by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
What do you do for a cough? What's your most effective home remedy or OTC medicine?
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