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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-12-2013, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Bark has become hoarse

Just wondering why our Hav Charlie would become hoarse in his bark. Tuesday he was fine and barked while we were at obedience class. However a few hours later he became unable to fully bark. He sounds like a human with laryngitis. Any ideas what this might be?

He's eating well, no signs of any other sickness and is his usual self.

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One of my corgis would do that when he was boarded from constant barking. That's why we quit boarding the dogs. Too stressful for them.

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It's good he is not acting sick and eating and drinking ok, but I would take Charlie to the vet and have him checked out if it persists. Keep us posted.

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all seems well. Charlie's bark has returned to normal. I think it may have been some barking he was doing while we were away from home (or at least that is all I can tell!)
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