Thursday, December 17, 2009

Signs of ill Health

The signs of ill health are the signs of the most important your dog's health status. For example, if the dog has a nasal discharge continued, this indicates that the presence of nasal congestion and if the discharge is thick, most of the times, the dog may have pneumonia.

If the dog vomit once or twice sometimes, this should not be taken as a serious sign of ill health, but if the dog continues vomiting, then this is something important to look into.

If the dog has continuous itching, then we need to check first dog by closer observation and examination of skin by separating the hair material especially in terms of longhaired offspring. You may also find a lot of fleas or lice on the skin, which may be seen clearly in the normal range.

If the dog through the dirt for one or two times, this need not be given more emphasis but if there is continuous passing of feces, the dogs suffer from intestinal disorders is understood. If the dog does not pass stool for two to three days, indigestion should put aside carefully.

Just patiently observe the dog walking motion and set aside any abnormal movement in dogs. If the dog is limping, the animal may have foot lesions. Similarly, if the old dog reluctant to walk and less food intake along with repeated vomiting, then acute renal disorders such as nephritis have excluded.

If there is a white color in the eye, corneal opacity suspecting that can occur in diseases such as trypanasomosis. When the dog becomes weak, eye mucous membranes became pale and in severe cases, this may be a white wall. If the chain of dog bites and the owner or other person, looking for behavior disorders and rabies needs to put aside.


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