Unfortunately, no cure is available for congenital problems with the immune system. In cases of severe disease, hospitalization may be required to stabilize your dog. In the case of mild problems, your dog can be taken home after therapy.
Prevention of infection is the key factor for keeping your dog healthy, and good management practices are required to prevent exposure to infections. In cases of infection, your veterinarian will give an antibiotic cover to treat infection; it may take a few days to a few weeks for a complete resolution of infections. Delay in recovery is due to poor immune system support in treating infections, and prolonged antibiotic cover is usually required.
Prognosis largely depends upon the nature and extent of the problem. However, the animal cannot be complete “cured.” You should discuss the issue of hereditary diseases with your dog’s veterinarian and how these should be prevented in future litters.
In some dogs, complete rest may be advised to prevent further complications. Diet is another important factor to meet for your dog’s daily nutritional requirements. Exposure to infection should be minimized in those animals prone to infections due to some hereditary problem.
An in-depth examination of the properties of urine; used to determine the presence or absence of illness