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Kennel Cough?

*Chloe receives all of her shots, on time. Including the kennel cough.

I boarded Chloe over Presidents weekend so I could go to Florida to see my mother. I picked her up on 2/18. (she was in the kennel 2/14--2/18) This 3/01) friday night I noticed her coughing. I freak a bit, like many her I worry about DCM. I could not get her in the vet until this afternoon.

She has a honk cough with a gag at the end. This is worse when she gets excited. She has been a bit more lazy and cuddly over the weekend. And this morning she did not want breakfast. She was eating normal until this morning. Her head was hotter than normal this morning. Could this be kennel cough?

I have never had this issue before. I prey its not her heart!
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The incubation period for kennel cough is, on average, 5-7 days (outer margins are 3-10 days). IF this is what she has, I don't know that she got it at the kennel.

Definitely get her seen today, though.

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Good morning Blueberry - I will say yes - even with a vaccination - I think I remember that they can still get it - but just not as severe .

I do have a question for yeah - How long - after she was home from the kennel till she got sick ? I'm thinking signs would show up in 4 or 5 days

Question 2 - Have you called the kennel and asked them if there is any other sick dogs in the same time frame ? All kennels around - you must have paper work from your Vet on shoots + Bordettella + they would not kennel a sick dog .

Most likely your Vet will run blood work , maybe even a urine sample - Might be a good idea to call the vet this morning and ask if they are - that way you can catch one before you go - just put it in the fridg. to keep it -

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Good morning Blueberry - I will say yes - even with a vaccination - I think I remember that they can still get it - but just not as severe .

I do have a question for yeah - How long - after she was home from the kennel till she got sick ? I'm thinking signs would show up in 4 or 5 days

Question 2 - Have you called the kennel and asked them if there is any other sick dogs in the same time frame ? All kennels around - you must have paper work from your Vet on shoots + Bordettella + they would not kennel a sick dog .

Most likely your Vet will run blood work , maybe even a urine sample - Might be a good idea to call the vet this morning and ask if they are - that way you can catch one before you go - just put it in the fridg. to keep it -

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I noticed on friday 3/1 but Bob said he heard her cough on Thursday. That seems like a long time to develop.....
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The incubation period for kennel cough is, on average, 5-7 days (outer margins are 3-10 days). IF this is what she has, I don't know that she got it at the kennel.

Definitely get her seen today, though.
Getting checked today! She has not been anywhere else. Its winter and both of us have been working too much. I NEVER take her to a dog park.
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I noticed on friday 3/1 but Bob said he heard her cough on Thursday. That seems like a long time to develop.....
I agree - I miss figured the days - and rechecked that after reading FalnFenix's reply . But you never now . Thursday would put it at what ? 10 days ?
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I agree - I miss figured the days - and rechecked that after reading FalnFenix's reply . But you never now . Thursday would put it at what ? 10 days ?
I know, Its close! I'll report back tomorrow.
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Cough is nothing to mess with......to the Vet ...pronto.....

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Hi blueberry...

Yeah.. I hate coughs in my dogs. Makes me very nervous.

You mentioned DCM. I don't remember... Has Chloe been diagnosed with DCM? If not, even if all is fine, perhaps it's the for a full cardio work up.

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Hi blueberry...

Yeah.. I hate coughs in my dogs. Makes me very nervous.

You mentioned DCM. I don't remember... Has Chloe been diagnosed with DCM? If not, even if all is fine, perhaps it's the for a full cardio work up.

Just a thought.

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No she has not. Her being a doberman and my 3 doberman....I just worry. Chances are I will have a problem with DCM and dobermans at some point. I love the breed and plan to stay with it.
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She has kennel cough! I have never had a dog with this before. Thanks for all the well wishes.
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She has kennel cough! I have never had a dog with this before. Thanks for all the well wishes.
Thanks for the update Blueberry - Have you called the place you boarded her ? I would want to know how this happened . Give her a get well hug for me

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Intel on kennel cough and what it sounds like...hoping for good health soon.
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Thanks for the update Blueberry - Have you called the place you boarded her ? I would want to know how this happened . Give her a get well hug for me

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I boarded her at my vet! They waived the visit. She can't have been the only one....I have never had this happen before.
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WOW ! The Vets office - I would have never guessed that one ! I would not be happy ! Your right - You would think there would be others - Wonder why they never notified you that there may be a problem and keep a eye on your girl .

How she gets well quick !
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Did Vet give meds......or watch and wait mode ?

It takes alot of trust for us to leave our dogs with anyone ....I am certain you are disappointed.
Keep an eye on food and fluid intake.......look for improvements .......
Some coughing is good.....bodies way of clearing phlem out the lungs ....
Collars around the neck can cause irritation to the already irritated trachea.....
Add some moisture to the air via humidifier especially if you have the heat on.........
Poor pup! Hoping she feels better soon......

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Did Vet give meds......or watch and wait mode ?

It takes alot of trust for us to leave our dogs with anyone ....I am certain you are disappointed.
Keep an eye on food and fluid intake.......look for improvements .......
Some coughing is good.....bodies way of clearing phlem out the lungs ....
Collars around the neck can cause irritation to the already irritated trachea.....
Add some moisture to the air via humidifier especially if you have the heat on.........
Poor pup! Hoping she feels better soon......
Meds and cough tablets. I leave her at the vet in case she get ill while I'm gone. I will take her collar off....I did not even think about that! She did eat breakfast this morning!
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Well... At least it has been diagnosed. That's a big step in recovery of any health issue.

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Chloe is feeling much better this morning. She is back to eating and begging. She thinks begging is her job! I *think* the coughing has stopped. Thanks everyone
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Good news to hear BB !

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WOW ! The Vets office - I would have never guessed that one ! I would not be happy ! Your right - You would think there would be others - Wonder why they never notified you that there may be a problem and keep a eye on your girl .

How she gets well quick !
These types of bugs are floating around everywhere and even a vets office would not be immune . Like most diseases of this type , it can really get a hold of you during times of stress. Boarding a dog can be one of the more stressful events that they can go through.
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A little late to this as I've been out of town, but my Mabel came down with kennel cough while I was down in Florida with her - most likely picked it up at dog shows in Maryland before we went to Florida. Now that I'm back, I'm waiting for Harvard and Jezebel to get it as well - ugh. Mabel is getting better at this point. I left Florida early because of it..... she had her borditella and the flu shots as well. Just like our flu shot, it does not cover everything.

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While I was at the Vet the other day she mentioned this ..........thought I would share as I reside in the Tampa Bay area .....
some of you might visit Ft. Desoto Park.....


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Here are the first few lines from the link/article linked by LadyDi above:

"FORT DE SOTO PARK, Fla. (WFLA) - A potentially-deadly virus could be lurking at Fort De Soto Park, and your dog could be at risk.

Infected raccoons are to blame.

Recent testing found they have Canine distemper.

The virus is easy to spread,and potentially hard to treat.

Testing found Canine distemper in raccoons at the popular park."

I thought the info should be posted here for those of you who may not want to click on the link.
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Makes Perfect since Alan ! Like going to your Doctors office -- Who are there ?? Maybe sick people ? Good point - my bad
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