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Any natural remedies known for Kennel Cough

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***Julie*Ann***.sprinkling fairydust***

***Julie*Ann***.sprinkling fairydust*** Report 21 Jul 2008 19:10

its nasty thing seeing them suffer from that
bless doggy
hope hes better soon

valium

valium Report 21 Jul 2008 18:59

Thanks for this thread both mine have jab youger of two still cought kennel cough had tablets off vet for it and she has been fine since didnot know about cough medicine Valxxx

Bev

Bev Report 21 Jul 2008 18:41

you tried putting a spray up a dogs nose?


i am sure my vet is more immune to kennel cough than either of my dogs lol

*****BMDMAD*****

*****BMDMAD***** Report 21 Jul 2008 18:39

Kennel cough vacinne (not an injection but a spray up the nose) is like the human flu jab, it'll protect against some strains of the virus but not all.

Most kennels recommend it but do not always insist.

My bernese mountain dog has auto immune problems brought on by the kennel cough vaccine and now cannot have that as well as needing to be extremely careful with all 'chemical' medication, ie yearly vacinne and flea treatments.

As most others have said on the thread, benilyn and simple lintus will help. The vets sometime give a powder to put in their drinking water too.

C

BrianW

BrianW Report 21 Jul 2008 17:30

Yes, there is a vaccine, but I think it is a preventative rather than a cure.

SallyF

SallyF Report 21 Jul 2008 16:08

Can Kennel Cough not be vaccinated against? I have a feeling in the deeper recesses of my brain that some kennels insist on your dog being vaccinated for it before they'll take them as a boarder.

Sheila

Sheila Report 21 Jul 2008 15:29

Our vet recommended Benilyn...

S

Kay????

Kay???? Report 20 Jul 2008 12:24

All Benylin has paracetamol in,,,,!suitable for dogs??

B/syrup is just honey and added lemon..........

Sane Jayne

Sane Jayne Report 20 Jul 2008 12:16

Many thanks to you all, I will try the Benylin or Buttercup Syrup. I will give a child dose.

Also heard vitamin C can be good but not sure if that is for prevention or cure.

Regards

Jayne

ButtercupFields

ButtercupFields Report 20 Jul 2008 12:11

nudge....

Kay????

Kay???? Report 20 Jul 2008 12:02

Buttercup Syrup,,but only small spoonfuls..

Sane Jayne

Sane Jayne Report 20 Jul 2008 11:34

Not sure if some of you are aware there is quite a lot of kennel cough going around at the moment and wondered if any of you know of any natural remedies i could give one of my dogs who has it.

I know years ago when i got a dog from battersea she came out with Benylin Cough Mixture, although this is not natural is it still used.

She has been on a course of tablets from the vet and is better but not completely gone.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thansk in advance.

Jayne