A viral infection disease that affects the respiratory, gastrointestinal and neurological systems.
A serious highly contagious virus disease of dogs (hard pad is a form of canine distemper).
a highly contagious viral disease that affects both wild and domestic canines; caused by (a paramyxovirus); characterized by acute upper respiratory disease signs and fever, and later by pneumonia, vomiting, diarrhea and neurological signs.
a viral disease of young dogs characterized by high fever and respiratory inflammation
a viral disease that is 100 percent fatal in ferrets; it can be spread through direct contact with infected animals, through the air and through contact with human clothing and skin that have been in contact with infected animals. To prevent canine distemper, make sure your pet receives the entire series of vaccinations and annual booster shots.
Fever, vomiting, diarrhoea, eye and nasal discharge characterise this viral disease. Severe cases may lead to respiratory or neurological complications.
The most important viral infectious disease in dogs, caused by canine distemper virus and characterized by acute upper respiratory disease symptoms and fever and later by more serious respiratory symptoms as well as fever, vomiting, diarrhea and neurological signs.
Canine distemper is a viral disease affecting animals in the families Canidae, Mustelidae, Mephitidae, Procyonidae, and possibly Felidae (though not domestic cats; feline distemper or panleukopenia is a virus exclusive to cats).