Dog sneezing up blood

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369592 tn?1198515304 Over the last few weeks, our dog, JC, has been sneezing upon getting up from a lying position, and has clear discharge coming from both nostrils. He also has had lots of eye discharge. I have started giving him benadryl every 12 hours. He had a vet appointment two weeks ago and was then coughing quite a bit, so was prescribed a cough suppressant. The cough has stopped but now the sneezing has gotten worse.
Avatar f tn Chalk us up to the "sneezing akita" also! My akita (purebred) ALWAYS sneezes when he's "happy" or excited. He only does it when he's up close to us getting rubbed. He's done it all his life. Thank goodness it's not "wet" sneezes! It's doesn't bother us (other than we don't know what causes it) and he doesn't seem to have any negative affects from it. So... "shower" us with love!
694466 tn?1227681402 Is she sneezing or coughing? Does she bring up any phlegm when she coughs? Any discharge from her eyes or nose? Let us know how things go....
Avatar f tn My dog skyler is a shepard/lab mix. He is 8 years old and up untill a couple of months ago was healthy. He is a indoor dog who gets walks outside but is not left outdoors. He started having sneezing fits and sneezes alot to the point of nose bleeds. He will make noises like a intraverted sneeze and will run and lay down because of it. I have taken him to the vet and he has had antibiotics steroids and has tryed Claratin,Zyrtec,Benadrill allergy meds and still sneezes etc.
Avatar f tn In January of 2014 we picked up our dog from being boarded for 3 days. She was tired, as expected, when we got home for a day or so, but then started to develop this nasty reverse sneezing. We treated her for Kennel Cough, which went away, but then the sneezing came back and we knew it wasn't the case. At the time we were taking her to a different vet than where we are now, who really had no idea what was going on.
Avatar m tn hello, my dog is a little of a year old and she keeps... wheezing or hacking. IT used to be every once in a while, but now it is very frequent. Whats could be wrong?
Avatar n tn tiggerboy, I also had no clue that a dog could have high blood pressure. I also didn't know you could give your dog cough medicine. I found out a couple of weeks ago that the pain meds that they give cats are for humans, also. My cat had his teeth pulled and they gave him cherry flavored meds which made him foam at the mouth from the taste. Wouldn't you think they would make them flavored especially for a dog or cat?
Avatar f tn The past year it seems this has gone from only when on his back to happening mostly at night or when he just gets up in the evening. A few weeks ago it got really bad and became kennel cough with gagging. I took him to the vet and he did a course of antibiotics but he is still coughing but not nearly as bad. He coughs/huffs randomly during the day. It is not made worse by exercise that I can tell. He does pant a bit and is either out of breath or just his age is getting to him on our walks.
Avatar f tn He gave her an additional antibiotic and 3x daily cough syrup. Blood work looked fine except her white blood count was twice as high as normal. He is also sending in a a blood clotting test that will take a few days. Was concerned because of the bleeding and belly blood bruising. Told me to continue keeping her from being active or straining her belly, watch her, and call if anything changes until he gets the clotting results in. Oh, her temp. at home has been 102.
Avatar n tn 30 with what sounded like sneezing. she kept trying to get up but she couldn't. her whole left side seems to be paralyzed. i took her to the vet and they said it could be a tumor or could be something in her spine/slipped disk. they took blood, they took xrays, and they kept her for a few hours. they put her on predisone, tramadol, and robaxin. (i'm sure i misspelled all those) they told me to come get her and keep her for the weekend and to bring her back on monday. so ...
Avatar n tn Parvo does usually present with a fever, lethargy, vomiting, and very watery diarrhea usually with blood . But even though your dog doesn't seem too bad otherwise, there is no harm in being certain. If it IS just a very badly upset belly, well, you will have erred on the safe side.
Avatar f tn I have, on SEVERAL occasions, woke up about an hour or so after I dose off (at night) to sleep and I think I see things. Example: I woke up one time swearing that there was a spider on the wall. I woke up my husband and he said there was nothing there. I feel like I'm totally awake, eyes open, speaking clearly, everything. I just don't understand why this happens. Sometimes when it begins, I tell him that it's not like before and I tell him that this time I really do see something. So...
387767 tn?1345875627 He was sick yesterday and was throwing up also, but he's better today, eating fine and not throwing up so it can't be that. I told my husband if he can't train this dog, I don't know if I want to keep him because it's too much work for me with having fibro and bad knees. I can't constantly walk him either.
Avatar m tn One Friday night around 9pm in Jan 2007 (of course when the vets are closed except the puppy emergency rooms) - my dog went out to pee and it was pure blood. Unsure of what was going on - I rushed him to the emergency room. The vet working that night discovered he had around 30 bladder stones. It wasn't life threatening, but I wanted him to be on the mend by Monday when I had to go back to work so I opted for him to have surgery.
Avatar m tn Took her last Monday to vet because she had thrown up at least 10x,s that day. Blood work perfect but vet thought she may have had uterine infection and wanted to do spay next day. She had spay surgery on Tuesday and no uterine infection. She did though day after day continue to be lethargic and not wanting to eat a whole lot. My biggest concern was that she was very very congested from after surgery. I Took her back to vet Friday because still congested and lethargic and now diareah.
Avatar f tn He stumbled then collapsed. I picked him up and he was like dead weight.. He died about a minute or less later. My dog was 13 - he had heart disease and an irregular heartbeat. My vet said 'he threw a blood clot'. It was most likely produced in the heart. Whenever you have an irregular heartbeat you are more susceptible to producing blood clots. Vet told me many pets that die this way have an undiagnosed heart condition.
Avatar f tn gov/pet-food-recalls. Repeated vomiting breaks up small blood vessels, therefore specs of blood are not uncommon with vomiting in dogs. When a dog vomits, we generally withhold food and water for 4-6 hours then start with for example a teaspoon of stage one, organic, pureed chicken baby food, wait 30 minutes and it will either come back up or stay down, If it comes back up, see your vet. If it stays down just increase the amount of food slowly and gradually until your dog is back to normal.
Avatar f tn My husband then rushed to our dog and dog was hardley breathing at all. He picked him up and sped him to the vet. They dried cpr and meds but sadley my baby is gone. The vet said that he was healthy and she wasn't sure what happened and did a dog autopsy. She didn't do the blood or tissue samples as we only had enough money for the vet bill and cremation but said she didn't see anything off.
Avatar m tn Any suggestions to what is wrong with him
Avatar f tn Now our Cain Corso Mastiff/Pit Bull is sneezing blood from his nose too and lots of it. What can be going on. I walk him on a leash in my own yard as well. It seems too much of a coincidence to be one that both dogs have experienced this within a week of each other.
641243 tn?1235755684 There are so many reasons your dog could be having a nose bleed. The excessive sneezing episode that you mention could have caused a small blood vessel to break or it could just be from an allergy as you stated also. He has been through alot recently. You haven't said how old Wentworth is but judging from his picture he does not look to be up there in age but you never know. Retrievers get nose bleeds alot it seems.
Avatar f tn Aside from the post-op bleeding, I can count on medical problems cropping up with every rescue dog. They're usually packed in with so many other animals there is no telling what they picked up or where. If they were strays, who knows where they've been or for how long. If they were turned in by owners, it's not uncommon to find a major medical issue the former owners simply didn't want to pay to treat properly.
Avatar n tn What happend was that she suddenly started to panic as if choking on something, and there was a small amount of blood she brought up - we rushed her to the vet but they could not help her. My concern now is the one pup we decided to keep, he also just suddenly struggles to breath and sometimes starts to panic and when we calm him down he is fine. We have taken him to the vet and had x rays taken but they could not find anything wrong with him. It looks like an asthma attack.
Avatar f tn My husband and I had to have both of our aging dogs put to sleep this spring. We have waited to get another dog until we moved into our new condo and he wants a pug so badly it's almost funny. I guess I should wait until after RAI to get a dog, but I don't know if my husband can wait that long. He comes home and reports pug sightings and runs up to people on the street to ask them about their pug. I guess it's rubbed off on me, so now I want to know more about the pug in the photo.
Avatar m tn I do live in an old home that is dusty, with a dog, and work in a dusty office. I am also sneezing, or feeling like I need to sneeze, all the time. My eyes at times are itchy and red. The cough is SO annoying, I just want to get rid of the tickle. I've been to my GP three times, and to the emergency room twice (also diagnosed with panic disorder, as I was having chest pains because I had myself convinced I had lung cancer). I also had blood work done. So far, everything appears to be normal.
Avatar f tn causes as the vets have ruled those out. (grass up the nose, rotten teeth and most likely not cancer as there is no blood).
2164404 tn?1337024742 Our dog was on Vetroyl, also, but she didn't have any seizures, so l can't give you any good advice, but I will say Jasper is a very lucky dog to have an owner that is trying so hard for him. I truly hope you and your vet can come up with the right meds and dosages so he can improve. Good Luck.
Avatar f tn yet none of you seem to have mentioned that as something you found on line too? When I typed in excessive dog licking every link I had come up was about seizures!! I am so scared & I am praying this will soon stop...and never happen again & she is my sweet sweet girl, like my daughter & it is killing me seeing her go through this & I feel so helpless.
Avatar m tn ) He's been doing this for a couple of hours now, it seems like he's trying to induce vomiting. He is also occasionally sneezing, and on a couple of occasions he's snapped his head back and forth, and moved his lips and mouth in such a way that made it seem like a nasal blockage or something. I've had a worry that he perhaps had a nasal blockage of some sort, (my other dog inhaled a foxtail once, I think he might have done the same.