Leon, Gto.- As mentioned before, dogs can die if they don’t receive dignified and prompt care, and they can become sick from their respiratory systems. Helio Autran de Morais, Diplomate Member of the American College of Veterinary Physicians Cardiology and Internal Medicine specialties.
the above period 27th Veterinary Congress of Leon His lecture “Aging and chronic bronchopulmonary disease in the dog respiratory system” will be held on September 9th at the Poliforum in Leon.
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He explained in an exclusive interview that it depends on what disease is being treated and its severity, and then problems arise. acute pneumonia They can be very serious and need to be taken to a veterinarian as soon as possible and receive the most appropriate treatment.
“There are other diseases, such as pulmonary fibrosis, which is a chronic progressive problem that takes time for symptoms to appear, and they are likely to die from the disease, but it depends on the treatment.” he declared.
therefore It’s difficult to say whether a dog will die from a respiratory disease. Because veterinary care must begin as soon as possible, your dog should be taken to a specialist as soon as he shows signs of discomfort.
“In these situations, it’s better to know than not to know, if you know what’s going on, it’s not good news, but at the same time you have a little peace of mind because you know what’s going on and wait.’, he commented.
Ortland de Moray He said infectious diseases such as dog cough, microscopic Bordetella infection and some infections such as canine distemper are more common in puppies.
“Specifically, with respiratory problems, the animal will not feel well, so it may hide, self-isolate, have difficulty breathing, sneeze, have difficulty breathing, cough, and always look at your dog if something is wrong with you. This is happening and in this case it is necessary for veterinary care to identify”He said.
Within its power, the room was packed and well-engaged because Helio Ortland de Morais Graduated from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, and completed his PhD and residency training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at The Ohio State University, He is recognized as a full professor of small animal internal medicine and director of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at OSU. In the U.S.