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3 Broadly Viral Diseases Of Dogs Your Should Know About

Dog lovers can't afford the illness of their dogs. Viruses, diet problems, itching, etc. get us to think about the health of the dog. Viral diseases are most fatal though and you should be aware about those diseases. 3 of the broadly viral diseases are described here.

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Rabies - Of Course

Rabies is one of the most fatal viral disease that dogs get into. Rabies causes bran inflammation and you can catch rabies in early stages. If your dog is sensitive to light, afraid of water, violation, uncontrollable excitement, paralysis, etc. then it is rabies.

The only solution to get cured is vaccine. Read this article about rabies vaccination and it will help you a lot.

Canine Parvovirus

Another viral disease of dogs that occurs worldwide. It is highly contiguous viral disease so you should keep an eye on your dog. Early signs are vomiting, high fever, lethargy, and bloody diarrhea. It can be spread through direct contact or indirect contact to the feces of dogs.

It can also get into your dog's body if the immune system is weak. Because dogs look healthier, most of the time we do not care about immune system, but if there is an infection like leash infection or something like that, you should go for the treatment as soon as possible.

The treatment is vaccine if it is diagnosed in early stages otherwise, there are only 90% chances of the survival of your dog. And dog harnesses is a good solution to avoid leash infection especially these dog harness for walking works good.

Canine Herpesvirus

Canine herpesvirus known as CHV is the most common virus that causes death in puppies of 7 to 10 days. This virus do not affect through air, it means it can spread only through physical contact. Puppies with CHV have less chances to survive because it damages kidneys, lever, gastrointestinal tract and lungs.

The only treatment they do is to inject antibodies into the abdomen and this can help some puppies to survive.

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