Distemper in dogs


Dog plague is a fairly common infectious disease of viral origin, caused by a dangerous paramyxovirus canine distemper. This infection, familiar to many by its name Distemper in dogs, appeared in the USA in the second half of the XVIII century. Other existing names are the plague of carnivores or Carré’s disease. It can occur in acute or subacute form. Canine distemper is accompanied by serious symptoms. Timely started and properly chosen treatment helps to speed up the…