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les
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Sep 28, 2002, 2:00 AM

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ASTHMA? Can't Post

Hmm... I noticed that these few days.. my Sunny have some difficulty of breathing.. and it take a few min to calm down.. whats wrong? is it asthma? Anyway to cure? Am worried....

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I won't angry if you give my toys to others dog,

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Khoobg
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Sep 28, 2002, 6:28 AM

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Re: [les] ASTHMA? [In reply to] Can't Post

Hi Les,

You should talking about Reverse Sneeze which is common among PUG. The defination of Reverse Sneeze as follow :-


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Reverse sneeze syndrome is characterized by a series of rapid, loud, forced inhalations through the nostrils, lasting anywhere from 10 seconds to 2 minutes. Attacks occur on a sporadic, unpredictable basis.

Dogs usually have the head extended forward and stand still during the episode. Affected dogs appear completely normal before and after the attack. There is no loss of consciousness or collapse, though sometimes the appearance of the dog is upsetting to owners. Many dogs have these attacks throughout their lives.




Hope it server to explain Sunny's condition.

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chingwei_1999
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Oct 26, 2002, 7:43 PM

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Re: [Khoobg] ASTHMA? [In reply to] Can't Post

My dog seem to have too!!!
Is this serious!!!
what should i do??

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Hi Les,

You should talking about Reverse Sneeze which is common among PUG. The defination of Reverse Sneeze as follow :-


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Reverse sneeze syndrome is characterized by a series of rapid, loud, forced inhalations through the nostrils, lasting anywhere from 10 seconds to 2 minutes. Attacks occur on a sporadic, unpredictable basis.

Dogs usually have the head extended forward and stand still during the episode. Affected dogs appear completely normal before and after the attack. There is no loss of consciousness or collapse, though sometimes the appearance of the dog is upsetting to owners. Many dogs have these attacks throughout their lives.




Hope it server to explain Sunny's condition.

Cheers


 
 




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