Kennel Cough

Kennel Cough is not just something that happens to dogs that go to boarding kennels.

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Kennel Cough, which is also known as Canine Infectious Bronchitis, Infectious Tracheobronchitis and Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease (CIRD), is a highly contagious upper respiratory tract infection that can affect our pet dogs and is one of the most widespread canine infectious diseases in the UK.

Although it is called Kennel Cough, dogs do not only pick up this infection from boarding kennels or rescue centres, this highly contagious infection spreads quickly among dogs anywhere they are in close contact, which can also include those attending dog clubs, training classes, dog groomers, veterinary surgeries, visiting homes of other dogs and those on regular walks.

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One comment on “Kennel Cough
  1. hello mountain rehome its dennis the vizsla dog hay kennel koff!!! i kaym down with that after i wuz reskyewd frum the kanyon and boy did mama and dada not like heering me hack and koff like i was trying to spit up a lung dada sez!!! fortchoonatly i had ben vaksinayted aginst it shortly before gitting it so it wuz not as bad as it mite hav ben i gess and i fully rekoverd!!! ok bye

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