SCI - What to look out for...

Posted: 12th October 2018

Keeping a balance between being alarmist and being informative is always difficult, but if your dog exhibits any of these symptoms after a woodland walk call us...

What to look out for

  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhoea
  • Lethargy

Dogs could be at risk walking in any woodland area during autumn, so please stay vigilant…

Seasonal Canine illness (SCI) can strike between August and November and can affect any dog walked in any woodland area. The clinical signs come on very quickly – usually within 72 hours.

Prompt veterinary treatment gives dogs the best chance of survival. Know what to look out for, contact us immediately and help to raise awareness of this mystery disease.

 

SCI - What to look out for...

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Halesowen
West Midlands
B62 8PB

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Email: halesowen@manorvets.com

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This enables us to deal with surgical and medical emergencies that arise during the night, as well as continued monitoring and care of hospitalised and critically ill patients.