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Kennel Cough

Kennel Cough

Vet-Formulated Remedies for Kennel Cough

Kennel cough, also known as infectious tracheobronchitis, is the result of inflammation in the upper airway.

This disease can spread very quickly when dogs are kept in close quarters, such as a kennel, dog show, or dog park. Typically, kennel cough is mild, and the cough subsides after five days. However, severe cases of the disease can last between 10 to 20 days.

Symptoms of Kennel Cough in Dogs

  • Dry, harsh coughing that may sound like “honking.”
  • Gagging and retching

Causes of Kennel Cough

  • Bordetella bacterium
  • Adenovirus
  • Parainfluenza

Using NHV’s vet-formulated remedies for kennel cough can help support coughs and respiratory issues as well as boosting the immune system. Our products contain a proprietary and full-spectrum blend of herbs that support healthy breathing as well as helping to fight and prevent infection. 

Read a real pet story about a tiny Bichon puppy that had this illness and how our all-natural support for vet-recommended kennel cough treatment for dogs helped this precious puppy.

Risk Factors for Kennel Cough

Kennel cough can become problematic for some dogs including:

  • Dogs with a weak immune system due to illness or old age which can then manifest into chronic bronchitis.
  • Puppies that develop kennel cough can then progress into fatal bronchopneumonia.
  • Stress and environmental changes including extreme temperatures along with humidity can make dogs more susceptible to this disease as well as the severity.

If secondary bacterial pneumonia occurs, that can complicate matters even more and can occur when dogs have illnesses such as bronchitis, a weak immune system, or collapsed trachea.

At NHV, we not only offer holistic remedies for kennel cough, but we also have an abundant amount of information for pet parents. You can read our blog at Vet Talk with Dr. Hillary Cook.

Additional Support Tips

Talk to your vet about implementing herbal supplements to help support the immune system and prevent kennel cough from spreading as this disease is highly contagious.


If you have questions regarding plant-based remedies for kennel cough, or any of our holistic supplements, you can ask an NHV expert. At NHV, our primary goal is for your pet to have perfect health naturally.

 

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