Your puppy can cough for many reasons, among the most frequent are:
-Tighted collar. Before you get scared, make sure your puppy does not cough because the collar is too tight.
-Respiratory tract irritated by dust, tobacco smoke, aerosols, perfumes, etc.
-Try to expel possible secretions or foreign bodies, such as splinters and very small toys, but also by choking on food.
-Virus in puppies: When a puppy coughs and has other symptoms such as runny nose, watery eyes, lack of appetite and even fever, he may be affected by a virus. Go to the veterinarian as soon as possible.
-Bacteries: Bordetella bronchiseptica usually affects very young puppies. Among its symptoms are coughing, sneezing and ocular discharge.
-Heart problems. When a puppy has a cough, fever and weakness but without nasal secretions, it is possible that he suffers from heart failure.
-Internal parasites: Some parasites can lodge in your pet’s respiratory system. It is just another reason to deworm the puppy.
-Allergies of the puppy and canine asthma: As in the case of humans, allergies can cause inflammation in the airways. In the case of asthma, the cough is due to a difficulty in breathing.
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