No specific treatment is usually required. If your dog has become dehydrated due to vomiting, diarrhea, or because it has been too weak to drink water, it may need to be given fluids, either under the skin (subcutaneously) or intravenously (IV). If your dog has a critically high fever, it might be given medication to help bring the fever down, but generally, moderate fevers are left alone and allowed to run their course.
Your dog will recover from a mumps infection in five to ten days. During this time, follow your veterinarian’s advice and make sure that your dog drinks plenty of water and continues to eat. If your dog is having trouble eating and needs special food to entice it to eat, you may want to offer it special (healthy) foods that are easy to chew and keep down until the dog feels better. For example, soft foods or select people foods. Your veterinarian can advise you to what is appropriate.
It is very important that you first ask your veterinarian before you give your pet any human medicines to help with the fever, as some medications can be toxic to your pet.
Do not allow your dog to come into contact with people who are infected with the mumps virus.
Implies that something is underneath the tongue
Underneath the lower part of the jaw
Something that is found near the ear or pertains to the ear
Examination through feeling
a) inhaling b) getting out fluid or gas by the act of sucking.
A protein in the body that is designed to fight disease; antibodies are brought on by the presence of certain antigens in the system.