General information on Canine Coronavirus
Canine Coronavirus is a contagious intestinal infection that is transmitted by contact with infected oral and fecal secretions. After infection, the virus is shed in the dog’s stool for several months.
Symptoms of Canine Coronavirus
The symptoms of Canine Coronavirus are loss of appetite, vomiting, depression, and foul-smelling, yellow-orange diarrhea.
Treatments for Canine Coronavirus
The treatment for Canine Coronavirus is supportive and includes controlling vomiting, diarrhea, and maintaining hydration. There is an optional vaccine available to prevent Canine Coronavirus, however it only provides a partial immunity.
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