Outbreak of respiratory infections in NH causing dogs to get sick

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FAST. RESPIRATORY BREAKOUTS LIKE THIS HAPPEN FROM TIME TO TIME. BUT LOCAL VET SAY THIS TIME. IT STARTS DIFFERENTLY WITH SYMPTOMS LIKE COUGH, RUNNY NOSE OR DIFFICULT BREATHING, IT CAN GET SERIOUS FAST THAN SAY, MANY OF THE CASES APPEAR FROM CHILDREN’S DAYS WHERE DOGS ARE EXPOSED TO OTHER DOGS. BUT IT IS NOT THE TYPICAL KENNEL Cough THAT HAPPENS A FEW TIMES A YEAR. THAT REALLY APPEARS. MANY OF THESE DOGS DO. MANY DOGS HAD TO BE HOSPITALIZED AND SOME DOGS EVEN DIE. WILTON’S, MEGAN CLIFFORD, A HUGE FEAR. HER TEN MONTHS OLD BERNARD DOODLE GOT REALLY SICK AND STOP EATING. AMBER, WHO GOES TO DOG CARE IN MILFORD, FINALLY WAS ENTERED INTO THE ANIMAL HOSPITAL FOR THREE DAYS AND TREATED FOR PNEEUMONIA. BUT SHE IS MUCH BETTER NOW. I WAS CONVINCED THAT WHEN I WAS IN MANCHESTER I WAS I, I, I’M NEVER GOING TO SEE MY DOG, you know, BRING HER A KIND OF HER HOME AND SEE HER LIKE HIMSELF AND RUN AROUND. BUT TECHNICALLY IT SHOULD NOT DO SO MUCH, BUT IT IS LIKE IT MORE LIGHTED. THE DISEASE CAN escalate quickly. LIKE AMBER, MANY OF THE SERIOUS IN MANCHESTER VETERINARY EMERGENCY CENTER DECIDE. IF YOU SEE THESE SIGNS, TAKE YOUR DOG TO THE VET. AND IF THEY ARE REALLY REDUCED, VISIT AN EMERGENCY VET BECAUSE IT’S VERY LIKELY THAT THOSE CREATURES SHOULD BE HOSPITALIZED AS HEALTH AND IN AN ISOLATION UNIT, WHAT IS REALLY IMPORTANT. SO AT NOW, EXPERTS DO NOT HAVE EXACT DIAGNOSIS AS TO THE CAUSE OF THE DISEASE. THEY SAY TRY TO AVOID EXPOSING YOUR DOG TO OTHER DOGS AT THIS TIME. AND

Outbreak of respiratory infections making dogs in New Hampshire very sick

At the moment, experts do not have an exact diagnosis of the cause of the disease

Veterinarians, particularly in Hillsboro County, are reporting an outbreak of respiratory infections that can become very rapid and very serious. Respiratory outbreaks like this happen from time to time, but local vets say it’s different this time. Starting with symptoms such as coughing, runny nose or difficulty breathing, the disease can quickly become much more serious. Vets said many of the cases appear to come from daycare centers, where dogs are exposed to other dogs. “It’s not the typical kennel cough that occurs a few times a year. These dogs get very sick, pneumonia, many dogs have been hospitalized and some dogs have even died from it,” said Dr. Karen Tinkham, owner of the Milford Veterinary Hospital Megan Clifford, of Wilton, was shocked her 10-month-old Bernadoodle became ill and stopped eating. Ember, who goes to the dog shelter in Milford, was eventually admitted to the vet’s hospital for three days and was treated for pneumonia, but she’s much better now. When I dropped her off in Manchester I was convinced I would never see my dog ​​again,” Clifford said. “So to take her home and see how she behaves and runs around What she’s not supposed to be doing isn’t relieving.” The disease can escalate quickly, as in Ember’s case. Many of the severe cases end up at the Manchester Veterinary Emergency Center. “If you see these signs t, take your dog to your vet,” said Dr. Taylor Driscoll of Manchester Veterinary Emergency Centre. “And if they’re really debilitated, take them to an emergency vet because it’s very likely those creatures will need to be put in an isolation unit, which is very important.” At the moment, experts do not have an exact diagnosis of the cause of the disease. They say you should try not to expose your dog to other dogs at this time and if your dog is sick you should definitely keep him away from other dogs.

Vets, particularly in Hillsboro County, are reporting an outbreak of respiratory infections that can become very serious very quickly.

Such respiratory outbreaks do happen from time to time, but local vets say it’s different this time.

Starting with symptoms such as coughing, runny nose, or difficulty breathing, the disease can quickly become much more serious.

Vets said many of the cases appear to come from daycare centers, where dogs are exposed to other dogs.

“It’s not the typical kennel cough that occurs a few times a year. These dogs get very sick, pneumonia, many dogs have been hospitalized and some dogs have even died from it,” said Dr. Karen Tinkham, owner of Milford Veterinary Hospital.

Megan Clifford, from Wilton, was shocked. Her 10-month-old Bernadoodle became ill and stopped eating.

Ember, who goes to the dog shelter in Milford, was eventually admitted to the animal hospital for three days and treated for pneumonia, but she is much better now.

“When I dropped her off in Manchester I was convinced I would never see my dog ​​again,” Clifford said. “So to take her home and watch her act like herself and run around, which she’s not supposed to be doing, it’s beyond relieving.”

The illness can escalate quickly, as in the case of Ember. Many of the serious cases end up at the Manchester veterinary emergency center.

“If you see those signs, take your dog to your vet,” said Dr. Taylor Driscoll of Manchester Veterinary Emergency Centre. “And if they’re really weakened, take them to an emergency vet because it’s very likely those creatures will need to be hospitalized in an isolation unit, which is very important.”

At the moment, experts do not have an exact diagnosis of the cause of the disease.

They say you should try not to expose your dog to other dogs at this time and if your dog is sick you should definitely keep him away from other dogs.

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