Seasonal Canine Illness – A Warning!

Seasonal Canine Illness is not widely known. The disease comes on very quickly, usually within 24-72 hours of having walked in a woodland area. The most common clinical signs reported are:

Vomiting
Diarrhea (which can vary from watery to bloody)
Tummy (abdominal) pain
Lethargy (or reluctance to move)
Loss of appetite
Shaking or trembling
High temperature (fever)
The most common clinical signs are sickness, diarrhea and lethargy. If you suspect your dog is showing symptoms of SCI then please contact your vet immediately.

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