Infectious Diseases Of Young Pets, Home Self-test For Parasites

- Sep 29, 2020-

The shock is coming, and the pet defense battle begins! Infectious diseases/parasites self-test for young pets, immunity boosting energy pack has been arranged!

In the pet field, there are also detection reagents for dog and cat infectious diseases and human pet comorbidities. Today, Pet Xiaoai will take you to understand which diseases of dogs and cats can be detected by the kit.

Canine distemper may occur all year round, but it often occurs in "spring and winter". And there is a certain periodicity. Generally, there is a pandemic "every three years", which can be transmitted through air or food. It is a highly contagious infectious disease caused by canine distemper virus. It is highly contagious and the mortality rate can be as high as Above 80%.

Early stage:

Dogs have a body temperature of 39.5°C to 41°C. They usually suffer from loss of appetite, depression, watery discharge from the eyes and nostrils, sneezing, diarrhea, and redness of the conjunctiva.


In the next 2 to 14 days, if the dog's body temperature rises, coughs, purulent nose, purulent ophthalmia, and the corners of the eyes may ulcerate and cause blindness, the spirit will become very depressed, lethargic, loss of appetite... At this time the dog The dog is entering the middle stage of canine distemper.

Later period:

They may also suffer from gastrointestinal diseases, such as vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, high spirits, and lethargy. At the later stage of the onset of canine distemper, typical neurological symptoms, foaming and convulsions at the mouth will appear. At this time, the symptoms of dogs are more difficult to treat.

Canine distemper is usually the most susceptible to puppies between 2 months and 12 months of age. If the virus originates from the same animal, the incubation period is generally 3 to 6 days, and if it is infected by a heterogeneous animal, the incubation period can be as high as 30 to 90 days. The common routes of transmission are as follows:

pay attention! Contact with a dog that is already sick, the chance of not being infected is almost zero. Especially contact with secretions and excreta of dogs with canine distemper (such as nasal juice, saliva, tears, pericardial fluid, pleural fluid, ascites), as well as exposure to air and food contaminated by secretions and excrement. Infected.