Puppy Disease illness Symptoms

Among the most vicious puppy diseases and illnesses isCanine distemper is a viral and a highly contagious infection that can present itself in three ways: canine distemper with diarrhea, pulmonary distemper with pneumonia and nerve distemper with paralysis. These usually begin with a high fever and drowsiness, diarrhea, a cough, and teary eyes. In more advanced cases, convulsions and many times causes death. Canine Hepatitis is a contagious viral infection and the symptoms are similar to those of canine distemper with, abdominal pain, and inflammation in the mouth and nose area as well as drowsiness, high fever, and vomiting. Leptospirosis is an infection that is transmitted through urine and it is contagious to humans. The symptoms of Leptospirosis are, fever, tiredness, vomiting, gastrointestinal alterations, renal problems etc. Parvovirus is a virus that appears suddenly with bloody diarrhea and vomiting caused by serious degenerative enteritis. The beginning symptoms can be fatal within the first forty eight to seventy two hours. The symptoms are fever, drowsiness, extreme depression, anorexia, bloody watery stools or mucous with a very intense odor. Corona virus directly affects the digestive apparatus causing the puppy or dog to vomit, have diarrhea and lose weight. It is similar to gastroenteritis. Para influenza affects the dogs respiratory system and causes bronchitis and mucous. Other symptoms include, runny nose, and cough. Rabies is a very dangerous virus that is transmitted through bites or contact with saliva of an animal that already has it. It is contagious to humans. It can present itself in two ways, furious rage, or by shedding.

Internal puppy dog parasites: The list of internal parasites that dogs can get is so big that it is difficult to describe each one and the consequences of all of them in the development of the animal. Parasite infections begin in the fetal life of the puppy and in the cases of female dogs that have parasites when they are pregnant. After around forty two days of gestation, some parasites go through the placenta to develop in the fetus. Others can also be present in the mammary glands and can be passed on to the lactating puppies. Parasites that have infected a puppy can also spread on to its liver, lungs and intestine. The great number and various manifestations spread in the puppy deteriorating the puppy's growth and in some cases, cause premature death. Adult dogs can also suffer from internal parasites in their organs and in some occasions it does not affect their vital organs but it always causes a problem. If you are intending on using your female dog to reproduce, it is vital the female dog has been de-wormed in order to avoid problems to the future puppy. It's very important you periodically de-worm your puppy and adult dogs, and if possible, then get feces analysis done.

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