Puppy Strangles in Dogs

Puppy Strangles in Dogs

Puppy strangles is a contagious disease that affects dogs. It is caused by a bacteria called Pasteurella multocida.

Symptoms of puppy strangles

The symptoms of puppy strangles can vary, but they often include fever, swollen lymph nodes, and a discharge from the eyes and nose.

Causes 

Puppy strangles is spread through contact with the saliva, nasal discharge, or tears of an infected dog.

Treatment

Puppy strangles is usually treated with antibiotics and supportive care.

How to prevent

You can help prevent puppy strangles by vaccinating your dog against the disease.

When to see a vet

If you think your dog might have puppy strangles, it is important to see a vet right away.

Vet-Approved Home Remedies for Your Dog