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Kennel cough or bronchitis and heart cough are common coughs in dogs. Hear them live!

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As with cancer, heartworm disease is divided up into four stages. The mild cough of stage one or two progresses into a persistent cough by stages three and four. Without treatment, the symptoms become increasingly disruptive and severe, and the impact on a dog’s lungs and heart is negative.

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In the video below, Dr. Courtney Campbell, DVM, explains even more about the signs of heartworm in dogs: Diagnosis Blood tests to detect the various stages of infection can include viewing a blood sample under a microscope and checking for antigens of adult heartworms (a protein the heartworms produce and also the most commonly used test ...

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Listen for a cough. At first, you might hear your dog softly cough and assume that he's just under the weather. But, if your dog has heartworm disease, the dry cough will linger. You may notice your dog mildly coughing for weeks. Coughing becomes more noticeable after exercise, so pay attention to your dog after you take him out.

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Shelly was rescued from a high kill shelter where she didn't have much of a chance being heartworm positive. She is such an exceptional dog, to me anyways, that she is now here in foster care ...

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Get your pets protected against heartworms and other intestinal parasites by purchasing a preventative like Heartgard Plus or Sentinel Flavor Tabs.

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Signs of heartworm disease may include a mild persistent cough, reluctance to exercise, fatigue after moderate activity, decreased appetite, and weight loss. As heartworm disease progresses, pets may develop heart failure and the appearance of a swollen belly due to excess fluid in the abdomen.

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6 6Shares Clarke Atkins, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM (Internal Medicine & Cardiology) The Heartworm Hotline column is cosponsored by Today’s Veterinary Practice and The American Heartworm Society (heartwormsociety.org). Each article presents a question or questions on a particular area related to heartworm infection, prevention, diagnostics, and/or treatment. A 9-year-old, male German short-haired .....