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canine infectious respiratory disease
Tracheobronchitis in dogs is the inflammation of the mucous membrane and underlying tissues of the trachea, which is a part of the respiratory system. This condition can result from various causes such as viral or bacterial infections, parasites, excessive exercise, exposure to irritants, or low humidity in the air.
Observable symptoms of tracheobronchitis in dogs
The main symptoms of tracheobronchitis in dogs.
Dogs with this disease may be unable to engage in high-energy activities and may develop bruises on their bodies.
Preventing tracheobronchitis in dogs.
This can be done by administering vaccines against contagious diseases that can be the cause of this condition, such as measles, influenza, or kennel cough. Additionally, it is important to maintain the overall health of the dog, provide appropriate exercise, and avoid factors that can trigger inflammation of the airways, such as smoke, dust, or excessively dry air.
Take your dog for a tracheobronchitis prevention vaccine at least once a year. Maintain the health of your dog and keep the dog's living area clean. Use an effective disinfectant that can destroy both viruses and bacteria. If any dog is sick with this disease, it should be immediately separated from the group. Allow the dog to sleep in a well-ventilated room. Do not let the dog sleep under a fan or air conditioner for extended periods. Provide the dog with appropriate and sufficient nutrition and water. Ensure that the dog gets appropriate exercise suitable for its health.