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I'm sorry that your question wasn't answered in a timely manner. Such a persistent cough suggests that kennel cough has progressed into pneumonia or kennel cough never was the problem; instead, canine influenza which is prone to cause pneumonia may have been the primary infection. At this point both X-rays of Dexter's chest and PCR (DNA-based) testing for all of the respiratory infectious agents should be considered.
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