Sneezing and coughing in dogs

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Your veterinarian can try some other medications, such as Hydroxyzine, Temaril, or steroids to determine which is best for your dog, if the sneezing and coughing are due to environmental allergies. Your vet can also determine if the symptoms are caused by infections, or other causes, of course.
For the past 3 days she has been coughing, honking and has the sniffles. Last night we bought a vaporizer to help rid the symptoms. Is there anything else I should do? Bennadryl? Robotusin? How much is should we give her? Thanks.
As veterinarians we see a lot of similar cases each week in practice and it is likely allergies. The coughing comment is quite worrisome, though. Coughing is usually not related. Please see your veterinarian again and have him or her listen closely to his chest and take chest xrays. I hope a problem is not found, but respiratory problems are not something to wait around on.
Thomas, Red was referring to just BULL DOGS...he and my daughter both have and they break out under their chins and paws. Is the Benadryl the human form? avail at pharmacies?
My sneezes comes in doubles, triples, quadruples, and I can be sneezing for hours.... my sneezes aren't clean sneezes...I'm draining snot like a water faucet.... no conventional medications work... I have to let it go away in its on time.... If you know anything I can do... let me know.
I also gave them the veterinarian dose of benadryl today (1 mg per pound) to little effect, so that lack of reaction seems diagnostic in itself. With both dogs hacking and sneezing snot everywhere, and DH adding his allergies and asthma to the chorus, I can hardly hear myself think. Maybe the vet can give DH a shot when he's through with the dogs tomorrow?
There are SOME cough syrups you can give to dogs, but you have to be VERY careful of the ingredients and dosage, and it would be best to ask your vet which they recommend. Another possibility is reverse sneezing.. This does sound like choking/gasping for air, it is nothing to worry about and is triggered by allergies..
there are few herbs that are so I would be very cautious using this one, esp when its marketed for both cats and dogs...b/c dogs can safely use many herbs that cats cannot...I always err on the side of caution. I really hope you find away to pay for that xray and some blood tests to help your kitty and not throw your money on products that your not sure of when theres been no diagnosis...
my chihuhua is sneezing, coughing and has a wet chest. I can't aforrd the vet now and looking for help ? He "Monkey" has never had this before and he is nine. I had a heartattack and was in hospital 2 weeks and sick at home for a month. He was suppose to be vaccinated sept 1. He isn't vaccinated yet this year and going next week to do so. He has developed labored breathing, couching, sneezing and doesn't do it alot but never before.
I was also given a asthma reliever inhaler...which I tried and does not seem to help in the slightest. In the meantime my coughing steadily got worse. I found during these sudden attacks my nose would suddenly stream at the same time..and I had to rush to the toilet so as to not have a bladder accident. All this coughing has badly affected my bladder control. Sometimes I would cough so badly I would vomit at one point I was vomiting everyday!!
red, itchy, watery eyes, red, itchy skin, nasal congestion, severe repetitive sneezing, coughing, and even respiratory distress. The severity of the reaction depends upon how severe the child's immune system reacts to the proteins in the cat's saliva, urine, or dander (dead skin). The immune system just reacts to an allergen the same it would as if it were a bacteria or virus...surrounding the invading organism resulting in an immune response, i.e.
As you many already know, peanuts are not served on airplanes anymore because the peanut dust would get into the recirculated air of the plane and cause reactions in passengers. This editorial says that pet dander can cause the same sort of problem and could be easily remedied by putting the pets into the cargo hold of the plane. BUT..
in the middle way, I have crust accumulated in my nostril and sometimes I can pick and get it out (quiet a bit); and in my lower breath path or deep in my throat, I have thickened mucus and gel like tiny balls and hard to get them out. I have tried different things to reduce the mucus secreation. However none of them has been proven effective or without side effect. Lately I started to us SinusWars2. I noticed that my muscus has been getting less and my nostrils are getting clearer.
There is no blood in her stool or urine, no coughing or sneezing, and no vomiting; also, her gums seem a normal pink. The only real symptoms are that she is very lethargic (progressively worse), and no appetite. She also seems to be drinking a normal amount of water, but usually only when one of us takes her to the bowl (at which time she drinks a lot).
A dog can behave perfectly in one household, and not in another. I dont know what to tell you about the fibro and your knees. I have a ruptured disc, bulging discs, cancer, and pulmonary hypertension. I still have to walk the dogs. That doesn't change. Actually, getting out in the fresh air often helped me feel somewhat better. Hope this works out, but I have an uneasy feeling. Best of luck.
The fibers cause a pricking feeling in the nose when inhaled and protracted sneezing. If one looks directly at the sun while blocking out the disc, the particles may be seen in forward scattering. This effect is suspiciously absent from the literature. The feeling also seems to come with a south wind.
There is nothing wrong with a dog's nose being wet. But if she is snuffling, sneezing, coughing or breathing in a strange way it's best you check her out at the vet's. Dogs can sometimes get foreign bodies lodged in their noses, like a grass seed, etc.
So i have the common cold, sneezing, runny nose, itching throat, and coughing up mucus.... My dog sleeps with me every night, n i share most of my food with her, i just wonder if she will catch my cold??
Sometimes I can grab it and drag it out from the back of my throat .. thick and stringy .. and could almost tie it in a knot . Gross eh :-( Ive tried steam inhalation .. gargling .. drinking loads of water . . and still its the same . Had this problem about three years now . Is there anybody out there that help me please .
AFTER READING YOUR POST THAT SCARES ME THAT YOU HAVE MORE DRAINAGE AND COUGHING AFTER YOUR SURGERY. DO YOU GET TONS OF MUCUS IN YOUR THROAT AND COUGH ON IT ? I ALSO COUGH UP OUT OF MY CHEST REAMS OF STCKY MUCUS IT'S AWFULL. I HAVE LUPUS ALSO SO THIS HAS REALLY BEEN A CHALLENGE. I SPEND MORE TIME OVER THE SINK THEN ANYWHERE ELSE. IM BASICALLY HOMEBOUND THATS WHY IHAVE TO TRY THE SURGERY TO SEE IF IT WILL HELP. ANY SUGGESTIONS OR WORDS OF WARNING OR ENCOURAGEMENT ... ANYONE.
I don't have allergies of any kind and I'm in excellent health and I can learn to live with the smell of fresh baked bread in my nostrils.. I mean it could be owrse.. still I think I should get someone to check this out especially as I read about Phantom smells being a possible side efect of brain tumors...
Therefore, if you have other children in the home who go to a large day care or school, your baby will take longer to get over the coughing and coughing because of the constant germs and virus that are brought home from the older children from schools. People do not develop permanent immunity to the virus. The most commom complication of bronchiolitis is an ear infection, occuring in some 20% of infants. Bacterial pneumonia is an uncommon complication.
Heart Disease is NOT a death sentence.....It's rather common in dogs! Dogs can live many ,many years on medications just like humans can.....Meds. to improve function of the heart & also lasix to clear fluid from the lungs......An EKG or ECG can detect what part of the heart is having a problem.....They usually run around $100.....Some Vets will suggest this test, some will not...They will just go ahead and treat... Next- Kennel Cough- This is a virus and antibiotics will do nothing.....
I ask because if you live in the country, or if you have a lot of plants in your yard, it's possible that he managed to inhale something and now it is stuck in his nose. Dogs have inhaled foxtails before and these can be very painful and actually need to be removed by the vet if they become stuck in the nostril. He could also have a simple case of allergies. It is September, and many of the fall plants that affect humans with allergies also affect dogs.
do dogs get cold,s he is 6years coughing sneezing and trying to be sick ,running nose gone off food but drinking ok
My first thought was- what the heck is going on- I have this bad sinus infection , on meds for that for 20 days- it never goes away- was told to take celexa- (which I took at the same time as the anti-biotic)- and then started having attacks, tingling in my fingers and toes, and then I am being sent to a pyschologists? for anxiety or panic disorder.??? I really hope you get better and I did go to chiropractor ( I have not been in a few months though)...maybe I should go back for a visit.
oh my god....just heard on the news, there is a GAG ORDER on sneezing and coughing in court rooms!!!!eeehhhhhchchhchhh...sure, arrest me now...!!..okay, back to where i was without further ado so willing THAT WAS YOU!!!!...damn, yah just gotta stop driving with that blind fold on.....although there are other...nah, never mind....i'm not responsible for my thoughts right now...anyway, i've scared EVERY male within miles away with my wild gun totting ways.... ohc....
Betwee,the chemicals the beds are made from and the chemicals in bed sheets and detergents and fabric softners and perfumes added to them you have a stew pot that you are sleeping in for several hours each day, 365 days of the year. As you live in Spain there is no product I can recommend, but I can recommend a herb that may help you. It is called marshmallow and you can (hopefully) buy it in capsule form where they sell health foods. It is very safe to use, even for long periods of time.
Mold grows anywhere humidity/water is present both indoors and out and yeast can be found in many foods, such as breads and beer. Many foods are processed using molds, like certain cheeses. Mold stimulates yeast overgrowth in the body, worsening allergies. Yeast overgrowth has been implicated as a contributing factor in symptoms of MS, depression, arthritis, lupus, allergies, chronic fatigue, and nearly any disorder you can dream of.
I am still wondering if maybe I am allergic to my razor and gel. I tear all the time and the itching in almost everyday out of the blue it will itch so bad and I know I can't itch cause then I just tear and then bleed and then it just hurts more. I could really use some help, I just lost my insurance so I don't want to go running to the doctor, also I just was at the doctors and found out I have HPV could this have something to do with all the itching and tearing also??
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