dogs with erlichiosis

Fever: Many infected dogs develop a persistent fever, which is one of the early signs of the disease.

Loss of Appetite: A decreased appetite and weight loss are common symptoms, especially in the acute phase.

Enlarged Lymph Nodes: Swollen lymph nodes may be palpable, especially around the neck and head.

Nasal and Ocular Discharge: Some dogs may have a runny nose or eye discharge.

Bruising or Bleeding: In more severe cases, Ehrlichiosis can lead to bleeding disorders, resulting in nosebleeds, bruising, or bloody stools.

Joint Pain: Dogs may experience joint pain, leading to lameness or difficulty in moving.

Eye Problems: Ehrlichiosis can cause eye inflammation (uveitis) and may result in redness, discharge, or vision problems.

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