Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Anger Dogs Symptoms And Treatment

The anger is a serious viral disease that affects our four-legged friends, leading them to death.

Transmission occurs through a wound; usually following the bite of an animal already infected. Bats, raccoons, skunks and foxes are wild animals riskier dangerous from this point of view, but the risk is there even if the dog comes into contact with his fellow men not vaccinated.

Rabies affects the nervous system, salivary glands and can be divided into three phases: prodromal, furious and paralytic. The clinical signs are the most diverse and different every time but can categorize in behavioral changes (shyness, aggressiveness), excitability, irritability, change in tone of voice, profuse salivation, convulsions.

Rabies is widespread, especially in less developed countries , where the animals are not vaccinated and practically in some areas such as Scandinavia, England, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Hawaii .

Warning: even the ' man is not immune to this type of disease ; enough to be bitten by an animal infected by the disease. If the subject is a woman pregnant, the infection is fatal.

To safeguard the health of our dogs is paramount submit them to the rabies vaccine until after 12 weeks of age. The vaccine is then repeated after one year and then every three years is made ​​the call to the vet. If you come into contact with a sick dog, you should immediately quarantine and sterilized with bleach contaminated items (eg bowls, cages, etc).
More About Dogs Anger Symptoms Treatments Causes and what you need to do?
Cause Poliencefalite virus transmitted from animals such as skunks, raccoons, foxes and pipistrellie. The rabies virus is a Lyssavirus and belongs to the family Rhabdoviridae.


Clinical signs

• Changes in behavior of the animal (anxiety, loneliness, nervousness, shyness, aggressiveness)
• Abnormal behavior
• Fever
• Muscle problems (lack of coordination, paralysis, convulsions)
• Change in tone of voice
• Excessive salivation and foaming
• Tendency to bite


Progression of the disease if left untreated Paralysis, behavioral changes, death of the patient.


Diagnosis Complete blood test, urinalysis, x-rays, fluorescent antibody test.


Treatment Hospitalization and patient isolation key, only competent and authorized persons will be able to take care of the dog. Even if the dog shows loss of appetite should be operated without opening the enclosure or cage in which it is located. In the case of contraction of the disease, because of risk of infection to other animals or humans is required to report the matter to the competent authorities.


Prognosis Almost always serious. The patient who contracted the virus dies within ten days.
Other forms of prevention Rabies vaccine.

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