If your dog gets up close and personal with other dogs, it may be a candidate for the kennel cough vaccine. Ask your veterinarian if your dog would benefit from this vaccine. Take this quiz to learn about the dangers of kennel cough.
What type of illness is kennel cough?
digestive tract infection
What type of germ spreads kennel cough?
What germ may tag along with bacteria Bordetella bronchiseptica?
What are the symptoms of kennel cough?
decreased appetite and low fever
How do dogs catch kennel cough?
sharing water dishes
sharing dog toys
If your dog has been infected with kennel cough, how long will it take for the symptoms to appear?
two to three days
three to five days
seven to 10 days
Are there prescription drugs to treat kennel cough?
If your dog has a green or yellow nasal discharge, what should you do?
take your dog to the veterinarian
refill the antibiotic
How long may the kennel cough last?
What dog breeds are more likely to pick up kennel cough?
At what age are dogs are more likely to develop an illness?
What can you do to prevent kennel cough?
At what age may dogs be vaccinated?
older than two weeks
older than two months
older than four months
How often must dogs be revaccinated for kennel cough?
every 10 to 12 months
every 36 to 48 months
the vaccine lasts for a lifetime
What other animals can be infected with kennel cough?
How often do dogs die from kennel cough?
How is the kennel cough vaccine administered?
Why should immunocompromised people be careful around pets with kennel cough?
less susceptible to any illness
same susceptibility to any illness
more susceptible to any illness
How long does the vaccination take to be effective?