Poor/Immature immune system
Near wolves with the virus
Bog Affliction is spread from direct and indirect contact with an infected wolf. The wolf can contract the virus by ingesting the faeces of an infected wolf.
When a puppy or dog is suffering from Bog Affliction, they will just seem very tired at first and not want to eat or drink
A common effect of the mind is exhaustion.
Lethargy. Losing weight. Abdominal pain. Profuse vomiting. Bloody diarrhoea. Dehydration. Fever. Hypothermia. Death.
Depends on the wolf and the healer
It can be very deadly if not caught soon. Pups are often the victims of the virus
When a wolf with Bog Affliction has been found, keep your distance. If you are pregnant, be very wary of any sick wolves.
The blood in the diarrhoea has a scent to it.
Continual monitoring; intravenous fluid and nutritional therapy will be given to help the wolf not become severely dehydrated.
Raven Moss can make it easier for the afflicted
In modern times, it is not as common as it used to be. However, it is treated very seriously