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something in his nose??

It's weird and I have an appt. with the vet. I think Hank got something in his nose. He is a nosey lil dog anyway! One day when it was chilly out, Hank and I had gone for our walk out back, came back up , he was setting next to me in my chair , I had the lap top on my lap , he jumps off me and starts puking, then like he couldn't catch his breath, so I took him to the back porch, he seems to settle down , and was fine but kept like kinda sneezing, like pushing a puff of air out of his nose after each breath, that night I was very concerned, then he sat up did a huge puff of air out of his nose and he quit puffing so often, only when he'd get up but at least wasn't doing it every two secs. So that was fri. sat and sunday he would only be like sneezing when someone would pick him up. then last night he did one of those reverse sneezing things, I rubbed the front of his neck and he settled right down and sleppt pretty good. Today he is sneezing every once in a while. So not sure if he has something stuck in his nose and his body is trying to get rid of it or what the deal is. I only know is it started right after he puked. Any thoughts?

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I don't have a car so he cannot go in till fri.

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Do you know what reverse sneezing is? That SOUNDS like what is going on. If so,it is harmless and not uncommon in small dogs. When mine do it (and all of them do from time to time) I gently put my fingers over their nostrils for a few seconds, and it usually stops.


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Thats what it was last night , but the puffing every once in a while or plane sneezing when someone picks him up is not reverse sneezing. it only worries me because it started after he puked. before that he had no issues. right now he is sleeping at the foot of me chair when he wakes up he will puff air out of his nose.

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My Shis Tzu used to reverse sneeze sometimes, but this is different. I mean yes he did it once last night, but the rest is different. I cannot imagine breathing like this all day, got to be exhausting!

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I'm sorry you have to wait until Friday to get him in. It is such a worry when they can't talk to us.

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Was Hank walking in any freshly cut grass before it started happening? A couple of years ago I thought my dog might have kennel cough, although it sounded like a cross between a sneeze and a cough. I was so worried and took him into the the vet, but he couldn't find anything. The vet said he'd probably inhaled some grass, (it was spring and the first time the grass was dry, so everyone was mowing the lawn), but didn't want to put him through intrusive procedures unnecessarily. He told me that if the symptoms didn't go away or got worse I should bring him back, but fortunately... that night he had a huge fit of sneezing and then after that he was fine. I didn't see anything come out of his nose, but the sneezing stopped and all was well. I do hope it's the same for you and Hank!
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How is Hank? Is he still doing the odd sneezing? I've never heard of reverse sneezing but found video of a corgi doing it. My corgi used to do the exact same thing and I just thought it was a cough of gag. I hope Hank is better and won't have to go to the vet.



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How is Hank? Is he still doing the odd sneezing? I've never heard of reverse sneezing but found video of a corgi doing it. My corgi used to do the exact same thing and I just thought it was a cough of gag. I hope Hank is better and won't have to go to the vet.
He did not have to go to the vet!! Yay! My daughter was telling me about this Souvergn silver stuff, I found some at Wallgreens , I put a drop in his water and the next day not a single sniffle or sneeze or anything! He is back to his normal self! I am so happy!!
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How is Hank? Is he still doing the odd sneezing? I've never heard of reverse sneezing but found video of a corgi doing it. My corgi used to do the exact same thing and I just thought it was a cough of gag. I hope Hank is better and won't have to go to the vet.
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Was Hank walking in any freshly cut grass before it started happening? A couple of years ago I thought my dog might have kennel cough, although it sounded like a cross between a sneeze and a cough. I was so worried and took him into the the vet, but he couldn't find anything. The vet said he'd probably inhaled some grass, (it was spring and the first time the grass was dry, so everyone was mowing the lawn), but didn't want to put him through intrusive procedures unnecessarily. He told me that if the symptoms didn't go away or got worse I should bring him back, but fortunately... that night he had a huge fit of sneezing and then after that he was fine. I didn't see anything come out of his nose, but the sneezing stopped and all was well. I do hope it's the same for you and Hank!
Yes I was push mowing the lawn! He is not afraid of engines, I tried to keep him away. But his nose is always on the ground! And yes thats probably what happened! But he is better! Yay!

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