10 Facts About the Feline Distemper Virus

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10 Facts About the Feline Distemper Virus Feline Distemper is a highly contagious, potentially fatal viral disease in cats. It can affect any cat, but kittens and unvaccinated young cats are more likely to become infected. In some cases, though, even vaccinated cats contract the Feline Distemper Virus. That’s because most vaccines can’t guarantee 100% […]

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Kitty DT: A Natural Remedy For Feline Distemper

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What’s Kitty DT? Kitty DT, formerly called Kitty Distempaid, is an organic herbal remedy manufactured by Amber Technology. It’s made to help kittens and adult cats recover from Feline Distemper by normalizing the digestive function of the stomach and relieving the gastrointestinal symptoms of the disease. Aside from Feline Distemper, it can also be used […]

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What You Need To Know About Ferret Distemper

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What You Need To Know About Ferret Distemper If you have a pet ferret or planning to get one, then it’s important that you know the basics about ferret distemper. That way, you’ll know how to prevent your ferret from contracting the disease or help them recover if they become infected. It’s best to be […]

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Do Homeopathic Treatments for Distemper Work?

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Do Homeopathic Treatments for Distemper Work? There is currently no known cure for Canine Distemper, so supportive care is crucial for dogs to make a full recovery. Normally, pet parents go for conventional treatment options, which involve a series of medications that help control the symptoms of Distemper until dogs become better. However, homeopathic remedies […]

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Distemper Is Creating Zombie Raccoons!

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What in the World Are Zombie Raccoons? Zombie raccoons may sound like a comedic title for a fictional zombie film, but there’s nothing comedic, nor fictional about what’s happening to these poor creatures. These raccoons are acting like zombies for a reason: they’re infected with the distemper virus. People who have seen them reported that […]

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Canine Distemper VS. Kennel Cough

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Canine Distemper VS. Kennel Cough Kennel Cough, also known as infectious tracheobronchitis, can be quite difficult to distinguish from pneumonia associated with Canine Distemper, or even Canine Distemper itself, because of the similarities in their symptoms. To make things even more confusing, the Canine Distemper Virus can sometimes cause Kennel Cough in dogs. Since the […]

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Top 5 Ways Your Cat Can Get Feline Distemper

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Top 5 Ways Your Cat Can Get Feline Distemper Feline Distemper, also known as Feline Panleukopenia Virus, is an extremely contagious and life-threatening viral disease in cats. It works by weakening the infected cat’s immune system by attacking white blood cells, causing problems in the intestinal tract, bone marrow, and skin. It mainly affects unvaccinated […]

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Canine Distemper Vaccine Side Effects And Reactions

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Canine Distemper Vaccine Side Effects And Reactions Canine Distemper is one of the most feared diseases among dogs, and rightly so. It’s extremely contagious and potentially fatal even with aggressive supportive treatment. In fact, it’s found that only 50% of infected adult dogs and 20% of infected puppies will survive the disease. That’s why Canine […]

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At-Home Care for Dogs Recovering from Distemper

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At-Home Care for Dogs Recovering from Distemper Since there’s currently no known cure for canine distemper, the only thing that can give infected dogs a fighting chance of survival is supportive care from a veterinarian. However, once your dog has already received the professional care they need from the animal hospital, they’ll be coming home […]

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How Does Supportive Care Help Dogs with Distemper?

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How Does Supportive Care Help Dogs with Distemper? As you may already know, there are currently no treatment options available for dogs with Canine Distemper. The only way you can protect your pooch from contracting the incredibly contagious virus is by getting them vaccinated. However, not all dogs are lucky enough to receive a vaccine […]

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