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Symptoms

Symptoms can very mild or severe. Some animals will appear completely healthy except for oral ulcers which may be observed on routine health exams. 

Nasal discharge with or without sneezing

Eye discharge

Oral ulcers  on the tongue, palate lips, and nose and/or gingivitis

Ulcers can also appear on the foot pads and between the toes

Pneumonia (more likely with very virulent strains of calicivirus)

Acute joint and muscle pain which is known as limping syndrome.

Inconsistent fever

Mild depression and loss of appetite

Note: limping syndrome can sometimes occur after vaccination for calicivirus