Why do dogs with Carre’s disease have an extremely high mortality rate?

Carre disease is considered to be the most dangerous disease in dogs because of the disease caused by a virus. Currently, this virus has not been found in the world.

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Why do dogs with Carre’s disease have an extremely high mortality rate?

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Carre disease is very dangerous for dogs

Carre disease is considered to be the most dangerous disease in dogs because it is a viral disease worldwide that has not yet found an antiviral agent.

In addition, the disease has a rapidly spreading rate (through exudate and contaminated environment contact), the symptoms of the disease are complex and multidirectional, making it difficult to diagnose.

When detected, most of the ‘patients’ have moved to the last stage, so the treatment with little results is high.

What is the early manifestation of Carre’s disease?

Carre virus is a multidirectional virus, so the manifestation of the disease is very complicated. Maybe 1- 3 days, your dog only runny nose, sneeze a lot, watery eyes, cough, fever higher than 40 degrees. Or your dog may have a fever that stops eating, vomit, has bloody diarrhea, and then dies suddenly.

Another manifestation is that the dog often has a fever with pustular pustules under the skin of the abdomen, runny nose, a lack of appetite, conjunctivitis of the eye, and then the fever is reduced through twitching of the eyelids, twitching of the hind legs to the forelegs or weakness of the hind legs, twitching. jerking the whole body, the skin of the soles of the feet thickened like calluses. Dogs show signs of groaning or general paralysis, and death is inevitable.

It can be said that Carre is a disease with complicated and atypical manifestations, so it is difficult for doctors to diagnose the disease early. So when you see a dog coughing or runny nose, you need to bring your pet to a fully equipped veterinary hospital for testing. Detecting the disease in the first few days, the ability of the dog to survive is higher than the later stage.

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