There are a number of ways to make your dog look healthy, even if it is only for a few minutes.1.
Put a mask on your dog’s face before he walks.2.
Don’t wear a mask if your dog is in heat.3.
Don�t put on a mask in the same room as your dog if you are in heat, as this may cause your dog to overhear your conversation.4.
Never put on makeup when your dog has a fever.5.
If you do wear a full face mask, do not take it off when your pet goes to the bathroom.6.
Don��t put a face mask on a dog that has a severe respiratory disease or is vomiting.7. Don���t put anything on a pet if it has a disease.8.
Do not put a mask over a dog if your pet has a viral infection.9.
Do NOT put a dog on the back of a bike when your pets back wheels are wet or the dog is having difficulty standing.10.
Do a good job getting your dog vaccinated for canine distemper.11.
If your pet is having a cough, keep it under control and do not get him to touch it until you have an antibiotic to cure it.12.
Do you have a dog who has had a seizure?
It can cause seizures, and you should take the dog to the vet to get him a shot to prevent a recurrence.13.
Keep your dog well hydrated.14.
Do an exercise routine at least every two to three days to help your pet get used to walking on all fours.15.
If a dog has been spayed or neutered, make sure he gets a vaccination to prevent recurrence of the disease.16.
Do all of your pet’s veterinary checks on the day before he goes to bed, so he doesn�t have to go to the hospital or have a blood test.17.
Do your pet�s vaccinations before you take him to the dog park, as some dogs have allergic reactions.18.
Make sure your pet gets all the shots he needs to prevent spay and neuter complications.19.
Make all of the routine checks at the veterinarian so your pet doesn�ts get a recurrences.20.
If the dog has suffered a serious medical condition, ask your vet for treatment to reduce the risk of spreading disease.21.
Keep in mind that many dogs will not tolerate the vaccines or antibiotics and will need to be treated with pain medications to reduce their pain.22.
Do as many tests as possible to check for a reconditioning of the immune system and if there is a recomposition, then do as much as you can to get rid of the virus.23.
Keep a history of your dog�s previous vaccinations and treatment at the vet so you can check for the recurrence and take precautions to prevent it.24.
Do regular checkups, including yearly shots, for allergies and other health problems.25.
If there are any signs of infection, seek treatment immediately.