Canine Bronchitis Assessment
Canine bronchitis is most commonly diagnosed in dogs 6 years of age or older. While it is most often found in small and toy breeds such as Poodles and Pomeranians, bronchitis can affect any dog of any size.
There are several different symptoms that may indicate canine bronchitis. When symptoms last for two or more months it is considered chronic. Take this quiz to find out if your dog may be suffering from this respiratory condition.
This tool aims to provide relevant information to aid in disease management and is not intended to replace veterinary diagnosis. Always consult with your veterinarian before starting any new treatments.