Kennel Cough in Dogs - Treatment Options
Kennel Cough in Dogs - What You Need To Know
No one wants their pooch to get sick. No matter how young or old your dog is, from a few month old pup all the way down to a dog that's been going grey for years, we love them all the same. All we want is to see them healthy and thriving.
Sadly, life isn't always as rosy as we'd like it to be. In reality, bad things happen. People get sick, and so do dogs. Some illnesses are life-threatening, others only put us and our canine friends under the weather for a week or so.
Sickness in dogs tends to be less known about than sickness in the human population. Even so, you may have heard of this common disease.
Kennel Cough Symptoms in Dogs
When your dog first comes down with kennel cough, you may not notice. He or she may start sleeping more and you may assume they played hard that day. After a day or so, however, you'll notice something is up. The most common symptom is a strong sound with a honking noise. Sometimes symptoms are similar to Asthma in Dogs, For some dogs, this is the only clue that something's amiss.
Other dogs will experience a runny nose or persistent sneezing. Lethargy and a lack of ambition are common as well. He or she may also lack interest in their food or even have a low-grade fever.
Home Remedies for Kennel Cough in Dogs
Many people are under the impression that you need to race straight to the vet at the first sign of kennel cough. This isn't always true if your dog is active and otherwise healthy. Even if you do decide to get traditional treatment, natural home remedies can be a great helper to these medications.
A good idea is to keep your pooch at home, in an isolation of sorts from other pets. Make sure they get as much rest as the need, as well as fresh water in a bowl that has been sterilized. In addition, there are several natural treatments that can help boost the immune system.
Both garlic and coconut oil have anti-bacterial properties that can help break the sickness. Raw honey can help soothe the throat and ease coughing long enough for the dog to sleep. Colloidal silver is a supplement that can help cure almost anything, kennel cough included. Do some research and figure out what would be most appropriate for your dog. Be patient and monitor how well they do with these treatments.
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* Note- Do not confuse the sound of Kennel Cough with a reverse sneeze. These are common in small dogs and certain breeds. This is caused by nasal drip and should be treated with our sinus infection product.
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- Natural medicine for optimal respiratory function in Dogs
- Eases Pain and Inflammation Associated With Kennel Cough
- Shortens the duration of Kennel Cough and prevents the occurrence of more serious infections.
- Prevents harmful bacteria from infecting the respiratory tract.
- Relieves shallow, rapid and labored breathing associated with Asthma
- Reduces respiratory problems linked to stress
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- Promotes healthy lung functioning