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Hey there, Pawsh Park pup parents! We know that your furry friends mean the world to you, and their health and well-being are of utmost importance. While we strive to keep your pups happy and healthy during their stay with us, it’s essential for you to be aware of common doggie sicknesses and their symptoms. That way, you can quickly spot any signs of illness in your four-legged family members.  If your pups start showing these symptoms, it’s going to be okay!  Dogs pick up doggie germs from other pups just like humans do.

To help you stay informed, we’ve put together a quick guide to some common doggie sicknesses and their symptoms. If you notice any of these signs, please let us know immediately.  You may also consult with your veterinarian for more information. Remember, early detection and treatment can make a significant difference in your pup’s recovery.

  1. How Pups Get Sick:
    • Learn about the various ways your dog can pick up infections or illnesses and how to prevent them. Read more
  2. Upset Stomachs:
    • Discover the causes of upset stomachs in dogs and what you can do to help your pup feel better. Read more
  3. Sneezing & Coughing:
    • Understand the reasons behind sneezing and coughing in dogs, from allergies to more severe respiratory issues. Read more
  4. Eye Goop:
    • Learn about the common eye issues that can affect your dog, including symptoms like excessive discharge or “eye goop.” Read more

Important Note: If your pup displays any of these symptoms, it’s crucial to keep them at home and away from other dogs. This helps prevent the potential spread of illness to other pups. Please Pawsh Park as soon as possible.  You may also contact your veterinarian for guidance on the next steps and when it’s safe for your pup to interact with other dogs again.

We hope this guide serves as a valuable resource to help you keep your furry friend in tip-top shape. Remember, a healthy pup is a happy pup! If you have any questions or concerns about your dog’s health, don’t hesitate to reach out to your vet or our experienced team here at Pawsh Park. We’re always here to ensure your pup’s well-being during their time with us.

Stay tuned for more informative blogs and tips from Pawsh Park!