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Old 02-01-2013, 05:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone else have problems with their toy poodle getting choked?
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Can you go into greater detail? Like on a lead?
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Early this morning she woke me up like she was
choking on something and she wanted to throw up
I know she bites on her feet and I didn't know if
it could have been a fur ball
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It may be reverse sneezing - sounds dreadful and very like choking but is generally harmless. I think there are some videos on youtube that you can check your poodle's symptoms against.
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Thank you..I'll check on you tube.
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Paw chewing and reverse sneezing are both symptoms of allergies..... do check out the utube videos!
My Molly reverse sneezes when her allergies act up (environmental) benadryl takes care of it for us!
A vet visit should be made if it is a more than occasional occurrence. Good luck finding a cause!
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Paw chewing and reverse sneezing are both symptoms of allergies..... do check out the utube videos!
My Molly reverse sneezes when her allergies act up (environmental) benadryl takes care of it for us!
A vet visit should be made if it is a more than occasional occurrence. Good luck find a cause!
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Do you give your baby benedryl everyday?
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I bet FJM has it right. Reverse sneezing sounds horrible. Swizzle did it and I rushed him to the vet for an emergency appointment. The vet was so sweet to me my emergency was a simple sneeze. Swizzle is two and he has done this about three times. Even though I know it is a sneeze it still freaks me out (but I act calm for Swizzle).
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CJM...... When pollen is bad I put Molly on Benadryl....the reccommended dose is 1mg per lb but in severe cases it can be doubled Molly weighs 10lbs so I give her 1 tablet (25mg) 2-3 times a day, when she is itchy, and her eyes are watering, and she's sneezing! I would ask your vet 1st before you give your pup any meds!!!
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