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What does Strict Confinement mean?
~Animal may be kept at home in an escape proof enclosure (approved my inspector)
~May be leash walked by adult
~Reg. visit by a DVM.
~Owner informed of Rabies risk and given written instructions.
Does the owner of an animal that is in strict confinement, observation have to inform their DVM about changes in the animal health or behavior?
YES
they are required.
What does Isolation mean?
~Confined off of the owner's propery w/ out any animal OR human contact.
~Facility must be approved by local animal inspector.
What does close Observation mean?
~May be kept at home in an escape proof enclosure. (approved by inspector)
~May be leashed walked by an adult.
~Owner informed of rabies risk and given written instructions.
What are the 4 categories of rabies risk?
1.) high risk to 4.) low risk
What is Canine Distemper?
~very contagious
~incurable, often fatal
~multisystemic viral disease
~affects the respiratory, gastrointesinal, and central nervous systems.
What is CDV?
Canine distemper virus
CDV occurs amoung.....
domestic dogs
raccoons
skunks
foxes
Who is most likley to get CDV and die from it?
young puppies between 3 and 6 months old
How is CDV transmissed?
~through body secretions and excretions
~respiratory secreations
~primary source is airborn
Is it possible for humans to contract CDV?
yes, but they are asymptomatic
What are the symptoms of CVD?
Early....
Progressed......
Early.... Fever, loss of appetite, and mild eye inflammation.
Progressed.... eye and nose discharge, depression, and anorexia
Gastrointestinal and respiratory symptoms or CVD...
Conjunctivitis
diarrhea
fever
pneumonia
Rhinitis (runny nose)
vomiting
Ways to diagnois CVD...
examin cerebrospinal fluid
respiratory symptoms
Treatment for CVD...
~Provide a clean, warm, draft free enviroment.
~Keep eyes and nose clear of discharge.
~Monitor for dehydration.
~Antibiotics and Anticonvulsants
Is there a cure for distemper?
No
Prevention for CVD...
Vaccination
How often should dogs be vaccinated for CVD?
every 3 years
When do puppies start to loss their maternal protection?
Between 6 and 12 weeks of age.
What are the vaccines in DHLPP?
Distemper (CVD)
Hepatitis
Leptospirosis
Parainfluenza virus
Parcovirus