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Resources and information

Have a dog with canine distemper? Here’s some info, depending on what’s going on.

Do you have a diagnosis?

As Dr. Sears says, “Unless you identify your original problem – diagnosis – if you don’t have diagnosis you haven’t got anything.” 

HERE’S SOME ADVICE ON RECOGNIZING THE EARLY STAGES OF THE DISEASE,
BUT YOU NEED A VET TO DIAGNOSE THE TROUBLE WITH YOUR DOG.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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What symptoms are you seeing?

Pre-neurologic:
Cough, Gunky nose, fever, etc

NEUROLOGIC:
Paralysis, seizures, spasms, tics, twitches, blindness
any indication the dog has trouble controlling its muscles

Informal numbers about outcomes of distemper cases.

Further information and resources

I’ve posted just about every scrap of information I have learned about this disease on this website, the Kind Hearts In Action website, in the BOOK and on the Save Dogs From Distemper Facebook page, so everything I would have to tell you are in those resources, but if after going through these pages you still need to contact me, the best way would be to email ed.bond.new.york@gmail.com. Make sure to let me know where you are in the world, whether you have a diagnosis and what symptoms you are seeing.

– Ed Bond

These treatments have also been translated into Spanish and Portuguese on the Kind Hearts In Action website.

Published by edbond251

I'm the project director on canine distemper for Kind Hearts In Action.

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