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 What is canin coronavirus disease?

Canine coronavirus disease, known as CCoV, is a highly infectious intestinal infection in dogs, especially puppies. The Canine coronavirus is usually short-lived, but can cause significant abdominal pain for a few days in infected dogs. The virus belongs to the family Coronavirus. The virus takes its name from the fact that seen from above under an electron microscope, the virus has a ring of projections that appear as a crown, or a small crown of ornaments attached to a metal ring. There are many types of coronavirus, each representing different animal species, including humans.


"The Canine coronavirus (ccov) is not the same virus as SARS-CoV-2, which causes the new coronavirus (COVID-19)."

The Canine coronavirus (ccov) is not the same virus as SARS-CoV-2, which causes the new coronavirus (COVID-19). CCoV has no influence on people. CCoV causes gastrointestinal problems in dogs, as opposed to respiratory diseases.


Further information on the disease caused by SARS-CO-V-2 can be found in the document "Coronavirus (COVID-19)".


How is the Canine coronavirus transmitted?

Most cases of canin coronavirus are contracted by oral contact with infected faeces. A dog can also be infected by eating in bowls of contaminated food or by direct contact with an infected dog.


"Disorder and unhygiene promote transmission."

Clutter and unsanitary conditions lead to the transmission of the coronavirus. The incubation period of administration for clinical signs is one to four days. The duration of the disease in most dogs is two to ten days. Secondary infections caused by bacteria, parasites and other viruses can develop and prolong disease and recovery. Dogs can be carriers of the disease for up to six months (180 days) after infection.


 

What are the signs of coronavirus Canine?

Most canine coronavirus infections are subclinical and produce few clinical signs in dogs. Sometimes infection can lead to more severe symptoms, especially in young puppies. The most typical sign associated with canine coronavirus is diarrhea, usually suddenly and may be accompanied by lethargy and decreased appetite. The chair is loose, with a smelly smell and an orange hue. It may contain blood or mucus. If a puppy has a mixed infection, e.g. coronavirus and parvovirus (see document "Parvovirus in dogs"), the disease will be more severe.


Are there diseases that can be confused with coronavirus Canine?

There are many causes of diarrhea in dogs. Severe cases of coronavirus can easily be confused with parvovirus, and they can occur simultaneously. Be sure to consult your veterinarian if your dog has diarrhea that does not resolve within 24 hours or is associated with severe lethargy or loss of appetite.


Is there a treatment?

There is no specific treatment for Canine coronavirus.


"Antibiotics are ineffective against viruses, but can be useful in controlling secondary bacterial infections."

Antibiotics are ineffective against viruses, but can be useful in controlling secondary bacterial infections. Food retention for twenty-four hours after the end of diarrhea and the gradual reintroduction of small amounts of food may be the only treatment required. A dehydrated patient may need intravenous fluids to correct water and electrolyte imbalances. Early medical intervention is the key to successful treatment of severe cases.


What vaccines?

Coronavirus canin vaccines are available. This vaccine is not recommended for all dogs and is administered according to the lifestyle and risk assessment of your dog. This vaccine will only work for coronavirus type ccov. It is not effective for the prevention of COVID-19.



Contributors: Rania Gollakner, BS, DVM, MPH; Ernest Ward, DVMDog / Covid-19: psychosis. On 16 March, no dogs or cats were on the list of outbreaks of animal diseases of the World Organization for Animal Health. However, it is with fear that everywhere in France the shelters and associations will be saturated by the mass outbreak!



The reason: the owners separate from their dog so that it does not transmit the virus to humans!


Therefore, there is no reason to take measures against pets that could endanger their well-being. There is no evidence that dogs play a role in the spread of this human disease or that they become ill. Is this the new excuse to get rid of your dog?


The dog and Covid - 19 tested in China?

One dog, a Pomeranian from Hong Kong, tested positive for the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 at the end of February. Health officials used the polymerase chain reaction in real time to find signs of the genetic material of the virus. However, the dog showed no symptoms of COVID-19, the pandemic that is sweeping the world at the moment.


Until proven otherwise, the dog can not pass on COVID-19 to humans. On February 26, Hong Kong health authorities placed the dog in quarantine after infecting its owner with COVID-19. Veterinarians confirmed that the coronavirus had also infected the dog after taking nasal, oral and rectal swabs as well as fecal samples.


The nasal and oral samples were tested" weakly positive " for the presence of severe acute respiratory syndrome in stage 2. However, the dog showed no outward signs of disease. Since then, the dog is always well. No other dog tested positive.


Veterinarians say there are a number of Coronavirus strains that affect dogs and have been around for years. But those that affect your pet, are not the same as those that affect the people of today.


What to do during confinement?

You will not be forbidden to walk your dog. But you must follow the safety instructions. So you don't have to take part in walks or group meetings.


For information, available from March 17, you can get a certificate to be able to walk in peace:


You need to go to the government website

Coronavirus Information Section

download an output certificate, depending on what you want to do.

There is" physical exercise " to take out your dog, for example. In this difficult time, be careful!



Finally, feel free to do other activities with your dog by clicking on our articles:


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"But also soon our specialized e-books!"



In the meantime, if you need to stay at home, use it to take care of your dog, but also the people around you!


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