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Kennel Cough.

Species: Dog
Breed: Siberian Husky
Age: 1-2 years
Hello I am only 16 and my parents do not believe me on my concern for my dog. I do not have the money to take my dog to the vet but I have been researching on the internet. I believe he has kennel cough. He has not had any of his shots, I wish I could of paid for those to, I am so worried about him. He has a dry hack, not eating much, his poop is normal, hes a little hoarse, but he is very energetic like normal. Is there anything I can do for him or buy over the counter for him? Please help me thank you..


Online vet, Dr. Marie

Dr. Marie replied:

Here's some good information for you about Kennel cough:



That article will help you decide whether a vet visit is necessary!

Hope all is well!

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