Puppies do not get chicken pox. In fact, most diseases are not shared by both humans and dogs, and a few diseases like rabies and external parasites can be shared. However, puppies can get highly similar symptoms of chicken pox. The closest cause is canine herpes virus (CHV), also called dog pox, whose main targets are pregnant dogs and theirs puppies. Pregnant dogs with CHV may show symptoms of blisters and inflammation in the vulva, and puppies with CHV may refuse to nurse, often growing weak and finally passing away. It is one of the main fatal diseases in puppies. And what’s worse, CHV can spread among dogs, even adult dogs. Therefore, please seek help of vet as soon as possible if dogs show similar symptoms of chicken pox.