No matter what kind of dog, in the process of growth and development, can not stop will be sick. For example, if Schnauzer has a runny nose, it usually has a cold when he has runny nose. When he has a runny nose, it usually has a cold. It has a serious cold or a common minor disease. If it has excellent resistance, it can get better. On the contrary, bad resistance may induce bronchitis or bronchitis due to cold Pneumonia. Let’s take a look at some ways to treat a dog’s cold.
When we find our own Schnauzer cold, the owner should first analyze the cause of his cold. Dog cold can be divided into the seasonal cold and viral cold. In general, when the season changes or the temperature is low, Schnauzer will have a cold and runny nose. The course of a dog’s cold is generally 3 to 5 days, and it may take 7 to 10 days in a long time. If the resistance of Schnauzer is good, he can usually recover within a period of time. In addition, if you have a viral cold, it is better for the owner to take his home Schnauzer to the pet hospital for treatment as soon as possible. By the way, the symptoms of canine distemper are very similar to those of a cold, so owners should be vigilant.
If Schnauzer’s spirit is good, it can eat and drink, and his nose is just running water, it’s just a cold. The owner can give him some special medicine for the dog’s cold to treat his cold symptoms.
However, if Schnauzer has asthma and loss of appetite, it may be bronchitis or pneumonia. The owner should consult the veterinarian before using the medicine. If the snivel has diarrhea, vomiting, listlessness, loss of appetite, and other symptoms, the owner should take him to the pet hospital for examination immediately to see if he has been infected with canine distemper or small.
When Schnauzer has a cold, his body is very fragile. Feeding mainly helps it to supplement nutrition in time, which is conducive to their rapid recovery of health.
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