Tracheal collapse in dogs and cats
Tracheal collapse in dogs and cats is a major cause of breathing obstruction in dogs and cats. Tracheal collapse in dogs and cats causes a severe dry cough, difficulty breathing, rapid breathing, breathing sounds, exercise intolerance, and coma (loss of consciousness).
Tracheal collapse can represent at birth. It is also a chronic respiratory disease, often in obese dogs, small breed dog. Tracheal collapse is rare in cats.
Tracheal collapse in dogs and cats caused by cartilage in the bronchial area, causing bronchi to constricted, which will result in bronchial irritation, chronic cough, and the goose sound from the bronchi.
- Severe dry cough
- ฺBreathing difficulty
- Rapid breathing
- ฺBreathing sounds
- Exercise intolerance
- Loss of appetite
Tracheal collapse in dogs and cats will cause a severe dry cough, difficulty breathing, rapid breathing, breathing sounds, exercise intolerance, or coma (loss of consciousness).
Treatment and Prevention
If the dogs and cats has Tracheal collapse, they should take to the hospital. There is no prevention for Tracheal collapse in dogs and cats.
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