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May
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Mar 8, 2002, 12:25 AM

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My puppy will sometimes cough especially in the morning and night. She also always sneeze in the morning. Anything wrong with her?


Derrickok
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Mar 8, 2002, 12:48 AM

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Penang got hiccups & burp and you got sneeze & cough, who is more serious?
I think you are more serious.
Try to relocate the crate to an area where it is draught free.
As for cough, better keep an observant eye on her, it could develope into something more serious than you could imagine.
Best is to take her to vet and let the vet with a pair of stethoscope and listen to the lungs.


May
Old Hand


Mar 8, 2002, 1:23 AM

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Thanks, Derric. I'll send her to the vet.


Derrickok
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Mar 10, 2002, 6:11 AM

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How is your puppy now? What did the vet say?


May
Old Hand


Mar 11, 2002, 5:13 PM

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I still have not send my puppy to the vet (busy with my wedding preparation). But this few days she didn't cough......will send her to the vet this Friday for her 3rd vaccination and will ask the vet on her condition.......


(This post was edited by May on Mar 11, 2002, 5:23 PM)


Derrickok
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Mar 11, 2002, 5:56 PM

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Congratulations May, Are we all invited to your wedding with our doggiesCrazy
May be there is nothing very serious or may be you have shifted the crate to a draught free positin.
Anyway, since you are taking your puppy to the vet on Friday, might as well let him do a check up.
Thanks for the feedback and that is what I call REAL COURTESY. ThankQ once again.
BTW When U go for honeymoon and you don't want puppy to make 3 is a crowd, I can always look after her for you. Check out Puppycom Home page on Boarding.
Regards.


May
Old Hand


Mar 11, 2002, 6:07 PM

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My puppy didn't sleep in the crate anymore since the day she shee shee in the crate. I guess she doesn't like her crate. At night she prefer to sleep in the kitchen and in the morning/afternoon she will sleep under the sofa.

Thanks for your offer, Derric. My Mum will look after her when we go for honeymoon. BTW, I still have not decided to attend the gathering on Sunday cos' no one is available to look after my pup. That's why I'm asking whether can I bring her along.


Derrickok
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Mar 11, 2002, 7:12 PM

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Sorry, U cann't bring your dog on that day.
There is no harm to leave her in the house for four five hours. After all she has to learn to be independant sooner or later.


May
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Mar 18, 2002, 7:22 PM

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Update on my puppy.

I sent her to the vet last Friday for her 3rd vaccination. According to the vet, my pup are very healthy. I should look out for any persistent coughing. Scratching is also normal unless if she always scratch on the same area. The vet ask me not to be too over react on my pup and take it easy.

I think I should agree with him.


Yuki79
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Aug 31, 2002, 9:14 AM

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In Reply To
Update on my puppy.

I sent her to the vet last Friday for her 3rd vaccination. According to the vet, my pup are very healthy. I should look out for any persistent coughing. Scratching is also normal unless if she always scratch on the same area. The vet ask me not to be too over react on my pup and take it easy.

I think I should agree with him.


hi May,

so according to ur vet, ur pup coughing is caused no problem rt? cos my silky also get cough just like ur pup.

regards,

Yuki


May
Old Hand


Sep 2, 2002, 11:48 PM

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Yeah, nothing serious unless the puppy cough persistently.

 
 




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