General information on Kennel Cough
Kennel cough is a highly contagious disease with both viral and bacterial factors.
It is spread through the air and is more of a problem in an area of poor circulation with other dogs in the same area such as a kennel (hence the name Kennel Cough).
Symptoms of Kennel Cough usually appear in about one week after exposure.
Symptoms of Kennel Cough
Symptoms of Kennel Cough include a dry harsh honking cough, retching, and sometimes coughing up a white foamy discharge. In severe cases, a dog can become, depressed, feverish, and expel a thick greenish-yellow nasal discharge.
Treatments for Kennel Cough
Kennel cough can sometimes go away on its own but usually antibiotics are prescribed as a treatment.
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