Remedies For Kennel Cough In Dogs

Infections in the respiratory system are the main reason for kennel coughs. It’s nothing but the basic cold that occurs commonly in dogs. A kennel cough is contagious. Once if your dog gets in contact with the affected dog it will also get infected.A combination of bacteria and virus (the bacteria- Bordetella bronchi sceptical and the canine parainfluenza virus) would result in a kennel cough.  Some of the common symptoms include runny eyes due to intermittent coughing, runny nose, vomiting mucous, nasal discharge, fever and lethargic appearance. Here are some remedies for kennel coughs are as follows.

Raw Lemon And Honey


Lemon’s antioxidants would be helpful in warding off the cold in your dogs. Mix a teaspoon of lime juice in ½ a cup of water and treat your dog with it twice daily. And for quick results treat him with two teaspoons of honey.

Chicken Soup

Though it sounds peculiar but treating your dogs with chicken soup will ward off the cold, cough and as well as improves the immunity in dogs.



Treat your canines with 500mg of garlic pills with its meal along with echinacea tablets. This will enhance their immunity system as well as will ward off the cold in them.

Coconut Oil

Treat your dog with two tablespoons of coconut oil on daily basis. The antiviral properties of coconut oil will ward off the kennel cold in dogs and also improves their immune system. Make them lick it from their bowl or from the spoon itself.



Sprinkle a small amount of cinnamon powder to their meal every time to ward of a kennel cough in them.


Vitamins will speed up the recovery in dogs and so treat your dogs with 500 mg of vitaminC every time before its meal. This will enhance speedy recovery in them.


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