Canine coronavirus disease, a common infectious disease in dogs

Canine coronavirus disease, a common infectious disease in dogs

Pomek (detail introduction)

Coronatic virus disease is caused by catalyst virus. Inuctive virus can infect all varieties and dogs of all ages (severe harm of puppies), causing dogs to cause gastrointerititis with different severity. Vomiting, diarrhea, depression, anorexia, clinical symptoms can still recur after 14 to 21 days after disappearing, which is currently a major infectious disease that endangers dog health. The pathway is the digestive tract, mainly due to the exposure to the feces and pollutants discharged from the sick dog. The virus survives in the feces for 6 to 9 days, and the pollutants can be contagious for several days in water. Activirus can react with the antibodium of cat infectious peritonitis virus, indicating that the two may be a group of viruses. The virus is sensitive to heat, ultraviolet and general chemicals.

1. Clinical symptoms

The disease spreads fast, and the whole group can be spread a few days later, with an incubation period of 1-3 days. There are different clinical symptoms, and some have no obvious symptoms, and some can show the symptoms of dead gastrointestinalitis. The sick dog showed drowsiness, weakness, and anorexia. In the early stage, there were continuous vomiting for a few days, and then diarrhea occurred. The feces were diluted or water -like. The feces were yellow -green or orange -red. There may be a small amount of blood in the feces. The sick dogs are highly dehydrated, thin, eyeballs, decreased skin elasticity, fever or no fever, white blood cells, rapid dehydration, death. As the age increases, the mortality rate decreases. Some cases do not show clinical symptoms. Coronary virus is often mixed with small viruses.

2. Clinical diagnosis

Coronary virus kit is commonly used in clinical clinical. When positive results appear, clinical symptoms can be diagnosed as coronary virus infection.

Canine coronavirus disease, a common infectious disease in dogs
Clinical Diagnosis

Three, Clinical Treatment

1. Symptoms: stop vomiting, stop bleeding, stop diarrhea.

2. Support: Infusion supplement body fluid and ions.

3. Special: injection of coronary virus monetta, interferon and liter of red blood cells and white cells.

4. Control secondary infection: use anti -inflammatory drugs to prevent secondary bacterial infections.

In short, early discovery, early diagnosis, early treatment can increase the probability of dog recovery, so parents should not blindly take medicine at home when they have symptoms of vomiting, and they need to be brought to the hospital for a detailed diagnosis. Another point is to take the little guys to the hospital to get vaccines to prevent coronary virus.

Author: Beijing Fangzhuang Partner Animal Hospital Ying Jiwu Luan Qi