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Your Coughing Cat May Have Asthma: Natural Answers
http://www.theonlinevet.com/innercircle http://www.veterinarysecrets.com/news If your cat is coughing, she may have feline asthma. Dr Jones shows you the top 5 most important holistic options to treat asthma. Share this video and subscribe (it's free!) for more videos every Tuesday and Friday! http://goo.gl/P8nNvh Thank you for making me the #1 Natural Pet Health Network on YouTube! Follow Veterinary Secrets: Blog: http://www.veterinarysecrets.com/blog Podcast: http://vetsecrets.podbean.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onlinevet Instagram! http://instagram.com/veterinarysecrets Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dogandcatdoc Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/veterinarysecrets
Views: 2597 Veterinary Secrets
Cat Asthma Attack -- what to look for in your kitty
Poor Casper. After rescuing this big boy from the outdoors (his previous owner's abandoned him), we found him doing this strange cough. It didn't look like a hairball cough and happened often enough that it concerned us. So we took this video to show our vet. And sure enough, this is the telltale sign of kitty asthma. They also took X-rays to verify. This is what a feline asthma attack looks and sounds like. During an asthma attack, a cat will put his head down near the ground and stretch his neck out (like a seal). This is not a hairball cough. Feline asthma affects approximately 1% of the american domestic feline population. Casper is now taking a steroid, Prednisolone, daily which has helped to decrease the frequency of his attacks. If you see your cat doing this, take him to the vet for a check-up.
Views: 431564 MeowValet
Feline Asthma
A short clip of a cat having an asthma attack. It can happen in animals too!
Views: 524052 reesmd101
Feline Asthma - Cat Asthma - It's Not A Hair Ball - Cat Hacking and Breathing Problems
MetalliCat aka Pumpkin was put to rest on June 29, 2018. He lived nearly 19 years and asthma wasn't his only condition over the years. He living an amazing life despite also having diabetes, hypothyroidism, arthritis and in the end kidney failure. He was a beloved member of our family and our house feels empty without him. We are glad this video continues to help other cats in the world and we hope it continues to help. Please read the following for more information regarding feline asthma. This is what it looks like when a cat has asthma. It looks like a cat trying to hack up a hair ball but no hair ball is ever produced. Our cat had it at an early age but his hacking episodes were not frequent in the beginning. The older he got, the more frequent his episodes became. When it got bad, he was hacking throughout the day and Vet tried X-Rays, blood tests and Hair Ball medicine. We went to the specialist wanted to conduct $3000 worth of tests which none of them included testing for asthma. We didn't do the expensive tests and he agreed to give us the inhaler after requesting a prescription. After a couple of treatments of the asthma inhaler, our cats asthma symptoms were gone. He stopped hacking IMMEDIATELY!!!! We had to order the AeroKat which is a Feline Aerosol Chamber which allows you to administer the medicine (AeroKat.com). The medication is an inhaler called Fluticasone Propionate Ihalation IP 125 mcg/dose (Flohale Generic). We give him 2 to 3 puffs twice daily, 12 hours a part. The medicine we order is expensive in the United States so we have to order it from a Candian Pharmacy. You can research which Canadian Pharmacies are good and then begin to find best price. You can either have Vet fax the prescription to the pharmacy or you can fax it yourself. I have learned a couple of things to help your cat with asthma attacks. I would start with the finding a scentless and dust free liter. The cat uses the liter box daily and the smells and dust from the liter could be causing the asthma. I believe this is the cause of most cast Asthma. Also clean under your beds and places where your cat goes. If you have a lot of dust under your beds then your cat will have more Asthma Attacks. A clean house in general is a good thing for a cat or any pet. Thanks for all your comments.
Views: 378775 Chuck S
Dog & Cat Diseases : Feline Asthma Symptoms
Symptoms of feline asthma in cats include heavy breathing, open mouth breathing, coughing or vomiting. Find out why it's important to get an asthmatic cat checked out by a veterinarian with help from a staff veterinarian in this free video on cat health and pet care. Expert: Dr. James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge
Views: 53097 eHow
How To Treat A Cat With Asthma
Inflammation of the lungs due to inhaling allergens leads to the symptoms of asthma in cats. This inflammation occurs when a cat inhales an allergen (dust, pollen) that triggers the immune system, starting an allergic reaction that tightens the airways and leads to mucus buildup. Asthma symptoms can range from a mild cough or squeaky wheeze to a full-blown asthma attack, like in people. Although feline asthma has no cure, it can be effectively managed with various medications and avoidance strategies. Work with your veterinarian to create a treatment plan for your cat. Welcome to Pets and Animals YouTube Channel. Here you'll find a lot of information about Animals and Pets. If you enjoyed this Channel video and want to watch this kind of video in future, then never forget to Subscribe to this channel: YouTube https://goo.gl/TFg4rT Google + https://goo.gl/aSGsn7 Twitter https://goo.gl/2wjb6E Note: Hello, This is Pets and Animals Here. I declare that all slideshow belong me. Photos all are taken from Google Image search and using advanced image search option. Music is taken from the YouTube library. All Videos making only for Informational Purpose, try to accurate information, but No Guarantee Accuracy. Thanks. Source: Images licensed under CC: www.wikihow.com Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Pets and Animals channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition of Your Pet. If you have or suspect that your pet or animal have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
Views: 732 Pets and Animals
Cat coughing. Is this Feline asthma or a hairball ?
Been to the vet with my cat because he keeps coughing. So far no answer to what is bothering him
Views: 264864 dinran1
Cat Asthma Attack: Not a Hairball!
Mokie was rescued from a burn barrel and has occasional asthma attacks due to the lung damage from smoke inhalation. These episodes can be mistaken for hairball problems.
Views: 167842 Greg Martinez DVM
Cat Has Asthma
Bill has asthma, it is a respiratory condition that is marked by spasms in the bronchi. It causes difficulty in breathing. Here is one way to treat asthma in cats. It is not the only way, but this is how we do it. We hope this will give some assistance to any one having to deal with a cat with asthma. The medicine can be purchased out of country for a fraction of the cost.
Views: 9693 alva hazellarts
Cat Breathing - Could this be feline asthma?
Locco is just over 4 months old in this video. He coughs occasionally daily but no fluids or hairballs. He purrs really loud when he's with us and sometimes seems like he's struggling to breathe, however there's no wheezing. Its sometimes the same when he sleeps too only less aggressive like in the video. Our vet says he's fine and thats from overnight monitoring. Funny thing is when he doesn't purr, no symptoms whatsoever. Do we need to be worried?...
Views: 19367 adriankhaw
Cat coughing. Not hairballs or asthma — it's lungworms! Gross, but curable.
This is a video of my cat coughing due to lungworms. We adopted her from a shelter at about 7 months old and don't really know what her history is before that — whether she was found outside or what. Keep reading (show more) for how the vet cured her... When she would cough like this I initially thought she was trying to cough up a hairball although she never produced one, but when she had a separate episode of rapid breathing I called my vet. I took this video (and others) to show my vet because I wasn't sure what coughing looked like vs a hairball. She said this is definitely coughing (from the lungs) and not a hairball (which is really vomiting from the stomach). She thought it might be kitty asthma from my description, but opted to treat her with Panacur for parasites (lungworms) and antibiotics to rule out any bacterial infection first. We also made an appointment for an x-ray. The x-ray showed the "lines and doughnuts" indicative of inflamed airways. The vet said for a young cat this was definitely not something she would expect to see. After about a week on the Panacur and antibiotics I began to see fewer coughing episodes. The vet drew blood and did labs that showed an elevated white blood count with elevated eosinophils, which she said would be indicative of parasites/lungworms. If it was lungworms with continued treatment of the Panacur for 10 days we should see the eosinophils go down when we repeated the blood work. I also applied her monthly topical Revolution treatment which works against fleas, heartworm, roundworm and other parasites including lungworm. The repeat bloodwork did show that her eosinophil levels were going back down toward the normal range and she has had no more coughing episodes. This means this was most likely lungworms. Sometimes vets can pick it up when they test the poop for parasites, but depending on the stage of life of the lungworm they can't always see anything in the poop. My kitty's poop had checked out fine. Overall, as gross as lungworms sound, I was really happy that's what she had instead of Feline Asthma. Lungworms are readily curable. She had to have 10 days of Panacur and we are keeping her on Revolution and that's it. If it was Feline Asthma it's a chronic condition which would require lifelong meds. So yay for lungworms? I wanted to put this video up to help people who might be searching for why their cat is coughing. I watched a lot of YouTube videos trying to figure it out. Cat lungworms can be contracted only through consuming the larva or eggs somehow — through drinking infected water in some cases or, I think more commonly (not sure, not a scientist) eating infected slugs or snails or through eating birds/rodents that have eaten infected slugs or snails. There are 2 or 3 different varieties of lungworms. We live in the southeast US where one kind is not that uncommon. The vet assured me that they are not contagious between cats, or between cats and dogs, or cats and humans. So before we adopted our kitty she must have consumed the lungworm larvae somehow. She is fully recovered now and hasn't coughed once in weeks. If your cat is coughing like this, it's not a hairball! Ask your vet about lungworms or asthma or other respiratory problems. Panacur is readily available and not super expensive. The vet gave it to us in a liquid form to squirt in her mouth. She didn't like it, but it did the trick.
Views: 1611 panch0dawg
Do Cats Cause Asthma?
Baz Allergy Asthma and Sinus Centers answers the question "Do cats cause asthma?"
Views: 834 Baz Allergy
Cat having heart attack. Cat with Heart disease. (He was under the care of a Vet) read description.
Update to edit: This video was made to show the Vet his "Attack". He was diagnosed and under the care of a Vet. He was diagnosed with having heart failure. He has since passed and will be missed greatly.
Views: 389898 Dot Henrich
Not cat asthma attack, actually cardiomyopathy! Take your cat to the vet IMMEDIATELY!
Turn up the volume loudly, and watch the chest heaving and the mouth carefully! Does this look like YOUR cat? I am sharing this in hopes someone will see it and can save their cat's life! Our cat had a spell like this once 2 weeks prior to this, and if we had known it wasn't an asthma attack we could have got him on Lasix and saved his life. Within 30 minutes of this video he had to be put down, it was too late. I took these videos to show the veterinarian the next days his symptoms.
Cat having an asthma attack
Three year old Sonny, an Ocicat, having an asthma attack. He's now on an inhaler twice a day and has no more asthma symptoms. Update February 2016 since original posting May 2009: Sonny continues to receive twice a day "maintenance inhaler" and also receives a small daily steroid pill to control his asthma. He also occasionally goes on antibiotics to decrease the bacteria in his sinus cavity. He leads a comfortable indoor life and tolerates these maintenance drugs well.
Views: 360811 n2nmbrs
Can Cats and Dogs Help Prevent Asthma?
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Views: 22100 Animalist
How to Control Allergies & Asthma Caused by Cats
Allergies to cats can lead to asthma. Allergist Dr. Michael Kaliner explains how the two conditions are related and offers advice for treating cat allergies. For more health tips and information visit http://www.DrBobShow.com.
Views: 4626 The Dr. Bob Show
Cat Allergy Linked to Asthma
If you suffer from bouts of coughing or a whistling wheeze, your snuggle buddy (cat) could be to blame. Asthma is a chronic disease with frequent episodes of breathlessness, chest tightness, and coughing. Asthmatic episodes usually occur during early morning or at night. Worldwide 235 million people suffer from asthma.Around 15-20 million people are estimated to suffer from asthma in India. Asthma primarily starts in childhood but affects people of all age groups. In India prevalence of asthma in children is believed to range from 10-15% in children of 5-11 years age group. Its is the most common cause of school absenteeism in children. Modasta provides you authenticated health care articles, information and doctor videos. Get the accurate healthcare information. Like us! https://www.facebook.com/modasta Tweet us! https://twitter.com/ModastaHealth
Views: 692 Modasta Health
Cat Getting His Asthma Meds with the Aerokat
This is Charlie getting his morning dose of asthma medicine. This video was taken after Charlie had been doing this twice a day for over 5 months. In a previous video, taken after just 4 days of using the Aerokat, he was very still and calm. Here, he's more frisky and tries to get the mask off of his face. I keep a gentle and loose grip in order to be able to move with him so that the mask stays on his muzzle and he continues to get his medicine. In the rare occasion that he does slip out of the mask, I simple place it back on his face. The medicine stays in the chamber and is drawn out during breaths, so one second off the face doesn't affect the process much.
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How to use an asthma Inhaler in your cat | Dr Justine Lee
Does your cat have asthma? How do you use an asthma inhaler in your cat? In this video, Dr. Justine Lee, veterinary specialist, demonstrates how to use the Aerokat (or Aerodawg) aerosol chamber to help give albuterol (inhaled bronchodilator) or fluticasone (inhaled steroid) to your cat. For more information about this aerosol chamber, go to www.trudellmed.com/animal-health/aerokat Dr. Justine Lee, DACVECC, DABT, is the CEO and founder of VETgirl, a subscription-based podcast & webinar service offering online veterinary continuing education. Dr. Lee trained at Cornell University, Angell, and University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Lee has been published in numerous veterinary journals and has authored several veterinary textbooks and book chapters, along with two humorous pet reference books. Dr. Lee is board-certified in both emergency/critical care and toxicology, and lectures throughout the world. More information can be found at www.drjustinelee.com and www.vetgirlontherun.com. Disclaimer: Please note that this content has been made available for informational and educational purposes only. This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Do not delay treatment based on this content, and when in doubt, seek veterinary professional advice!
Views: 24020 Justine Lee
Edward Scissorpaws Cat - Asthma Attack
This is a video I took of Eddie and showed to his vet - he was diagnosed with asthma. Posting just in case anyone wants to know what an asthma attack looks like. Always check with your vet, and a video is a great tool for the vet to see what is actually going on. The low outstretched head, and the deep diaphragm breathing are signs of asthma.
How to treat a cat with Asthma-Aerokat
Kitty inhaler
Views: 144625 Nikkynine
Eye on Pets: Feline Asthma
You may think your cat is coughing on a fur ball, but it very well could be feline asthma. This week on Eye on Pets, Dr. Julia Georgesen explains the signs and symptoms of feline asthma. This video includes a few examples including a look at the most common type of treatment -- an inhaler. Listen to Eye on Pets on WBBM Newsradio and cbschicago.com http://cbsloc.al/13F6WmB
Views: 8072 Steve Grzanich
what is the treatment if my cat has asthma?
If you have a cat with asthma, there are ways to treat them. Dr. Justine Lee, describes different ways your cat’s asthma can be treated.
Views: 934 sWheat Scoop
Cat asthma attack cat coughing
Our cat, Willow, had coughing attacks for months and was recently diagnosed with feline asthma or chronic bronchitis (treatment is the same for both). If your cat has a similar cough to this please visit your vet. We give her a puffer (Seretide) twice a day and she doesn't cough anymore.
Views: 12806 Arnold Rimmer
Cats, Kids and Asthma
Are cats good at preventing asthma? That's the finding of scientists studying childhood allergies in houses with and without cats. http://www.sciencentral.com/video/
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Asthma attack Cats
If you wondered what a coughing cat with asthma looks like
Views: 30330 Moviesetmonkey
Not asthma attack, actually cardiomyopathy- part 2. Take your cat to the vet IMMEDIATELY!!
Turn up the volume loudly, and watch the chest heaving and the mouth carefully! Does this look like YOUR cat? I am sharing this in hopes someone will see it and can save their cat's life! Our cat had a spell like this once 2 weeks prior to this, and if we had known it wasn't an asthma attack we could have got him on Lasix and saved his life. Within 30 minutes of this video he had to be put down, it was too late. I took these videos to show the veterinarian the next days his symptoms.
Wheezing/Coughing cat. Not asthma.
Any idea what this is? It's been going on for years and no vet has been able to properly diagnose him. It happens 10-15 times per day. He's a regular cat aside from this. He goes back to normal once his fit is over.
Views: 39757 Laura Morrison
Mild Cat Asthma Attack
My almost 2-year old kitty, Remy, having a mild asthma attack. She used to have much worse, but she is doing much better now that she is on Flovent. (This was only her 2nd attack in 7 months. She used to have bad ones every other/third day.)
Views: 13684 TinyClubRockShow
The Cat Doctor for Pets Best Insurance: All About Feline Asthma
http://www.petsbest.com Dr. Jane Matheys of The Cat Doctor in Boise, Idaho, answers questions about cat asthma.
Asthma Cat. How to use an asthma inhaler
Asthma in cats is a common occurrence and occasionally an inhaler needs to be used in acute asthma attacks.
Views: 276 Krista Magnifico
Asthmatic cat getting an inhaler treatment
Kitty Kitty is asthmatic & needs a inhaler treatment. Shannon of Shannon's Pet Sitting demonstrates how it is administered.
Views: 2427 Shannon Cole
Cat asthma cough
My cat was coughing like this for 3 days. 3 vet visits later she was given an injection of methylprednisone that stopped it.
Views: 193 Sahra Baxley
Cat having an asthma attack wheezing and coughing
Cat having an asthma attack wheezing and coughing
Views: 109 Britts Trips
Cat Asthma treatment
Start with gradual introduction of the inhaler/spacer mask with positive reinforcement. We use a fish oil ointment that our cat loves to reward her for putting the mask on her face before we started using the medicine. Then added the puff of steroid with the mask/spacer with the reward before and after the medicine, including brushing her afterwards, which she loves. We close the room off to the other animals/ kids, so she knows it's her special attention time. She now sits and waits for her treat/medicine twice a day and meows to ask for it! Good luck!
Views: 1473 kclontzbell
Cat having an asthma attack
This is one of our cats (12 yrs at time video was taken) having an asthma attack. His symptoms have been controlled for 3 years now using Flovent delivered with an Aerokat spacer. Feline asthma often goes untreated since the attacks so closely resemble a hairball episode. Please read sites such as fritzthebrave.com to learn more about this life-threatening condition.
Views: 5827 AlejaSantos
Dog & Cat Diseases : Canine Asthma Symptoms
Symptoms of asthma in dogs include heavy breathing, panting, use of chest muscles to breathe, odd gum color and lethargy. Learn about treating an asthmatic dog with help from a staff veterinarian in this free video on dog health and pet care. Expert: Dr. James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge
Views: 57618 eHow
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Ragdoll cat gets asthma attack
My 1 year old ragdoll cat Rex has an asthma attack.
Views: 585 Sha Mohd
Cats Asthma Symptoms
Cats Asthma Symptoms
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Dr.Carol Reinero discusses asthma in cats
Steve Dale interviews an expert, Dr. Carol Reinero, about the significance of asthma in cats. Current treatment and research on future potential treatments are discussed.
Cat with asthma
This is my Ocicat having an asthma attack. If your cat behave like this - if it has breathing problems - it's urgent to get it to a veterinary clinic.
Views: 4737 Kim Hansson
Asthma - Nightstar: Day 1 - Warrior Cats Speedpaint/Theory
What’s up everyone? We’re here for our first day of Nightstar! I love Nightstar so I’m excited to start his week! And the first scene my sister Rachel is going to be drawing this week is of Yellowfang and Sagewhisker looking at Nightpaw, not being able to see what is causing his cough. I’ll read the scene to you now. It’s on pages 327 through 329 of Yellowfang’s Secret. … Yellowfang continues trying to help soothe Nightpaw’s cough, by giving him honey. But what they don’t know is that Nightpaw really has feline asthma. Much like human asthma, in felines asthma is an allergen-caused upper respiratory condition that causes distressed breathing. Asthmatic cats are also subject to exercise-related attacks, and stress can also cause an asthma attack. So that’s why during stressful situations and during training sessions Nightpaw often breaks out in a fit of coughing. Because he has asthma. I’d love to hear in the comments section down below what you think about Nightstar having asthma. I think it’s awesome how the Erins have implemented real life conditions into their characters, and that not every cat is perfectly fit and healthy. It gives a more realistic feel to the books, don’t you think?
Views: 24072 pinkbunnygirl43
how can I prevent my cat from having an asthma attack?
If your cat has asthma, you want to prevent them from having an asthma attack. Dr. Justine Lee, describes ways you can help your cat avoid an asthma attack.
Views: 950 sWheat Scoop
Cat Coughing - Asthma, Hairballs, or Bordetella bronchiseptica
My cat has these coughing attacks that last anywhere from 5 seconds to 45 seconds....about 1-2 times a day now....Took my kitty in to vet a few months ago when we started noticing it... Everything checked out fine in her check up- she gave Amelie some antibiotics...We had some issues holding down amelie and administering the antibiotics (she spat it half out a few times. and also, my fiancee acidentally knocked over the liquid so lost a little (maybe a few days worth) so cant say it was 100% followed to instructions. Regardless, it didnt do much so we brought her back and Vet suggested an Xray...Haven't gotten around to it yet (2 months ago) but now made an appointment for Tuesday June 14th....Ive been reading and it looks like a lot of people think its asthma but that is a catch-all for basically anything and does not get at the root issue. Her environment / diet: I feed her purina chicken dry food. Nobody smokes but we do live in a fairly old (and dusty) loft with only one working window. She also has eye herpes - constantly has runny eyes, which she has had her entire life - guess this is common in burmese....One other thing to note- she coughs up clear white saliva looking fluid sometimes after the coughing attack.. Last week, I noticed a small hairball in there. IF anyone has any advice, please let me know. Thanks!
Views: 1233 wilson parry
Cat receiving asthma inhaler
Our cat, Pinot Noir, has asthma. To help her control it, she gets a puff of Flovent daily. She is an awesome cat so we don't mind at all doing this.
Views: 2479 Michael Higgins
Asthma in Cats (Feline Allergic Bronchitis)
Asthma in Cats (Feline Allergic Bronchitis)
Views: 1153 Brian Decker
How to give your cat an Inhaler - Feline asthma
Flixotide inhaler: https://www.inhousepharmacy.vu/search.aspx?searchterm=Flixotide Aerokat chamber: http://www.vetrxdirect.com/product/view/aerokat-feline-asthma-chamber?gclid=CjwKEAiA58a1BRDw6Jan_PLapw8SJABJz-ZWxy9Vpjyxx--qeXY6gkdftDGsS7oh1GGjYj6A1Mbr6BoCSdXw_wcB If your cat has asthma it's important to change your air filter's and keep dust at a minimum. I also changed her diet to a gluten-free Blue Buffalo Salmon: http://bluebuffalo.com/for-cats/ Also I recommend this litter: https://www.worldsbestcatlitter.com This video shows how I give my cat, Chloe, her inhaler for feline asthma. She took Prednisone multiple times a day prior to this and had many bad side effects including; dry brittle hair, drank excessive water and had excessive urination, generally seemed depressed and more aggressive and the asthma symptoms never fully went away it just lessened the attacks. With the inhaler shes never had another single symptom since her first puff with zero side effects. Use the Aerokat dispenser and use 4cornerspharmacy.com to buy your flixotide 120 inhalers.
Views: 1659 jimmygeorgearts