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What diseases can dogs be vaccinated against?

2018-03-23 08:00:16

Puppies are less likely to get sick during the first 2-3 months of life because they can get immunity to diseases from breast milk. However, once this period of time has passed, immunity begins to decrease, and it is easy to promote various diseases. In order to avoid your dog from getting infectious diseases and even leaving sequelae, your dog should be vaccinated regularly.

Diseases prevented:

Dog virus enteritis this disease is also known as "dog cholera", acute vomiting, blood in the stool, diarrhea, dehydration and other symptoms. Most are transmitted orally through contact with the feces of sick dogs.


Canine parainfluenza is similar to human influenza, with runny nose, slight fever, and severe cough. The course of the disease can last up to several weeks, rarely causing severe bronchitis and death, but occasionally causing chronic bronchitis and bronchiectasia.


Canine distemper this disease commonly known as "measles", is a very terrible infectious disease oh! Any dog without the right antibodies can get the disease. The virus attacks the respiratory organs and causes high fever, bloody stool, loss of consciousness, cramps and other diseases, and the mortality rate is very high. The virus is transmitted orally or through the respiratory tract, and the incubation period is usually 3 to 6 days.


Leptospirosis Most dogs with leptospirosis have no obvious symptoms and can only be detected by serum test, the dog will become a carrier, excreting the pathogen in the urine. It is an infectious disease that people and dogs suffer from, which is divided into jaundice type and blood type. Blood type is more serious, there will be high fever, eye feces, anorexia, gastrointestinal, liver and kidney serious damage.


Canine infectious bronchitis, also known as asthma, is most common in animal hospitals or kennels and other gully only frequented places. The disease is mainly airborne, with an incubation period of 5-10 days, and sick dogs must be isolated. The main symptoms of this disease are paroxysmal strong and powerful dry cough, later if there is a bacterial infection will appear slight fever.


Canine coronavirus enteritis is a highly contagious intestinal disease with dysentery, vomiting and dehydration. It usually comes on suddenly, with intermittent vomiting, anorexia, mild fever, bad mood, light orange and foul smelling diarrhea. It is best for baby dogs to be vaccinated as soon as possible from cycle 6.


Canine hemorrhagic jaundice is caused by leptospira, which mainly destroys dry function and causes systemic jaundice and spot bleeding. Symptoms include anorexia, high fever, increased eye secretions, hepatitis, jaundice, spleen enlargement, etc. About 70% of infected dogs will develop the disease, and the mortality is high.


Rabies is a terrible disease! Because it can infect all mammals, it is an infectious disease common to humans and dogs. The main symptoms are behavioral abnormalities, initial dilation of the pupils, then narrowing, and gradual paralysis of the throat resulting in altered cries, drooling, and cramping.

Dog-loving assistant reminds you:

In fact, vaccinating dogs is not only responsible for dogs, some diseases such as leptospirosis and rabies are common diseases between humans and dogs. Therefore, it is necessary to vaccinate your dog on schedule! Love dogs to protect the health of dogs oh ~~