Symptoms: symptoms are the most secere after the exercise or change of the environmental temperature (exit from the house during the winter months). Usually begins as the spasm coughing. Temperature can be slightly increased (fever). Cough may persist for the few days or few months. Usual sign also include dyspnea following the exercise.
Symptoms: Fever is uncommon. Usually, only excessive salivation is the first sign, latter followed by short, soft cough, inapettence and fever. A suppurative exudate surrounds the tonsils which may become reddened with small necrotic foci.
Symptoms: First signs usually include lethargy, inapettence and fever. A deep cough is also present with progressive dyspnea, “blowing” of the lips (noted especially during exercise). Complications (Pleuritis, Mediastinitis) are also possible
Symptoms: animal has a normal desire to eat and drink but has a difficulty in swallowing (expressed as inapettence). Some animals develop fever, excessive salivation and dry cough.
Symptoms: excessive urination (micturition), vulvar discharge, sometimes fever and lethargy or discomfort
Symptoms: fever, neck rigidity, pain, painful paraspinal muscle spasms, seizures, dementia, agitation, ataxia
Symptoms: discomfort; the most affected areas: trunk, head, proximal extremities, hair loss, layer of puss on the skin, sometimes fever (above 102.2°F/39°C or higher)
Symptoms: hot and dry skin, elevated body temperature (fever – above 105.8°F/41°C or higher), inapettence, nausea, tremor, weakness, collapse, unconsciousness, increased respiratory rate, fast pulse, sometimes convulsions