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I agree with WLIBERTY, see what the vet says. The vet can have a good listen to the lungs.
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My Maltipoo, Marley has allergies in the spring. Her eyes get red and puffy and watery. She also coughs a dry hack every now and then. I give her an 1/2 of an allergy pill and she feels much better. Lorraine
I think you did the right thing. If it were one of my dogs, I would definitely check with the vet. I hope it turns out to be temporary and miner. Good luck to you and Ziggy.
hi all. Ziggy (my 3 yr old beagle mix girl) woke me up last night around 2:30am dry heaving/hacking longer than usual. seemed like about 5 minutes. when she usually does it, it might be a second or 2 and she might cough up white liquidy stuff. last night, she didn't cough up anything and she seemed exhausted because of it. of course, i made sure she was okay then went to my bed. she came and jumped onto my side of the bed and fell asleep next to me. i have called my vet, but i am not sure if it is something i need to worry sbout. ideas?
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