Mystery Dog Disease Explained: What Does the Mystery Dog Disease Sound Like? Plus Supplement Winners!

Understanding the Mystery Dog Illness

Recently, a perplexing respiratory disease has been affecting dogs across multiple states in the U.S. and Canada. I’ve been closely monitoring this situation for the past six months, and from what I’ve gathered, this ailment is quite unlike anything we’ve seen before. Many are referring to it as atypical Kennel Cough, but in my professional opinion, it’s anything but typical.

Symptoms and Severity of the Illness

The disease manifests in three primary ways. Firstly, it presents as a mild to moderate cough lasting between six to eight weeks, stubbornly resisting traditional veterinary treatments. Secondly, some dogs develop chronic pneumonia, which, alarmingly, does not respond to conventional veterinary medications. Lastly, and most concerningly, a fraction of dogs quickly progress to severe acute pneumonia. These dogs become extremely ill in a short period, spiking fevers, and showing resistance to standard treatments.

Recognizing the Cough: The First Sign

The initial symptom of this mysterious disease is a cough. The sound is distinctive – a raspy, throaty cough resembling forced air expulsion from the abdomen. It’s crucial to differentiate this cough from the typical dry hack followed by retching and gagging associated with kennel cough. However, bear in mind that not every dog with kennel cough or this mysterious respiratory disease will exhibit the same cough sound.

Home Remedies and Monitoring

Upon recognizing the cough, I recommend starting with home remedies such as green tea, honey, and slippery elm, which I’ve discussed in previous videos. It’s essential to monitor your dog for more severe symptoms indicating the disease’s progression to the lungs, potentially developing into pneumonia. Signs to watch for include labored breathing, deep abdominal breaths, and marked chest wall movements. If your dog’s gums turn from pink to bluish or blue-tinged, it indicates cyanosis – a severe lack of oxygen requiring immediate veterinary attention.

Fever and Urgent Care

Another critical sign is a fever. If your dog feels unusually hot, especially at the ear tips, it’s crucial to measure their temperature. Normal canine temperature ranges between 38 to 39.2 degrees Celsius (101 to 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit). Should you notice any of these symptoms, it’s imperative to see a veterinarian as soon as possible.

Closing Thoughts and Gratitude

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2 thoughts on “Mystery Dog Disease Explained: What Does the Mystery Dog Disease Sound Like? Plus Supplement Winners!”

  1. Is Vick Vapor rub good for my dog . Please repost the step helping me with my pets cough. Licorice root, Slippery Elm . + another one. Maybe it was honey .

    Thank you,

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