Borzois, also called the Russian wolfhound, is a breed of domestic dog. Descended from dogs brought to Russia from central Asian countries, it is similar in shape to a greyhound, and is also a member of the sighthound family.
In fact, it is common for Borzois to get a cold. Pets usually catch a cold when the weather changed suddenly. So owners don’t panic if Borzois have a cold, just need to feed them some cold medication in time to control the condition.
If the cold is serious, owners should bring them to the veterinary hospital to seek help from the veterinarian. They will get better soon after timely diagnosing and taking medicine.
Borzois will be depressed when it have a cold, their eyes will be always half-closed. Sometimes they will shed tears, and the eyes will show symptoms of congestion redness. The nose will flow out the nasal secretions, sometimes sneezing, and the body temperature will rise to more than 39 degrees. It will breathe faster, sometimes with a cough and appetite decreases.
If owners encounter these symptoms, experienced dog owners must give them timely medications. Inexperienced dog owners must bring them to the veterinary hospital in time.
Knowing what to do when the Borzoi catches a cold, the owner must prepare some common medicines at home and use them when pets are sick. If the medicine doesn’t work, it is still necessary to seek help from the veterinarian.