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Avatar n tn Hi there and Happy New Year. We have a little 2-year old Yorkie that weighs approximately 4 pounds. She has never had any health issues and has been the perfect dog however as of Saturday she has been honking, sneezing and seems to be congested. Is there anything I should do or could do? Thank you.
Avatar n tn Hi there and Happy New Year to all. We have a little 2-year old Yorkie that weighs approximately 4 pounds. She has never had any health issues and has been the perfect dog however as of Saturday she has been honking, sneezing and seems to be congested. Is there anything I should do or could do? Thank you.
10955395 tn?1414098960 Last night and once about three months ago my 8 year old yorkie mix became restless and started pacing back and forth thru-out our living room and dining room and into the bedrooms. He would lay down for a minute or so and it was like his body was in a spasm. He would then get up and do the fast walk/half running movements. He would then lay down again and the total body spasm or twitch would happen again. He responded to us when we called his name so it didn't seem to be a seizure.
Avatar f tn Hello. My name is Priscilla and my 1 year old male Yorkie's name is Teddy. Teddy weighs 6 pounds and is absolutely amazing. About one hour ago, Teddy woke up and began breathing heavily and very fast, as if he was somewhat wheezing through his nose, or trying to catch his breath, and his chest and upper front portion of his body was getting big when he began doing this.
10955395 tn?1414098960 Last night and once about three months ago my 8 year old yorkie mix became restless and started pacing back and forth thru-out our living room and dining room and into the bedrooms. He would lay down for a minute or so and it was like his body was in a spasm. He would then get up and do the fast walk/half running movements. He would then lay down again and the total body spasm or twitch would happen again. He responded to us when we called his name so it didn't seem to be a seizure.
Avatar n tn Our Yorkie started backwards sneezing, runny eyes. I took him to the vet and he has allergies. They gave me some very inexpensive medication and I give it to him when he has symptoms. Another thing my daughter noticed is that Skippy will start backwards sneezing when he get nervous. We just hold him and talk to him until he calms down.
Avatar f tn You sound like me. We didn't have many pets growing up because soon after I got a kitten we realized that my younger brother was very allergic to cats and when one of my older brothers had a dog he didn't take care of it so it went bye-bye. I used to catch garter snakes & box turtles all the time but my mother wouldn't let them in the house. And any type of rodent was totally off limit - my mother is afraid of them.
Avatar n tn 6 yr old Yorkie/Maltese mix. She has had severe nasal congestion for 4 weeks. Wheezing thru the nose, also gurgling purring sounds when exhaling. Lungs are clear. Has had a 10 day round of antibiotics and decongestant with no improvement. Had a 3 day breathing treatment, no improvement. 3 days ago her left eye appears to be bulging out. Went to vet again, pressures are normal. Was given another antibiotic, and eye drops. Was asked to come back on Monday to have someone else look at it.
Avatar n tn It's not, however, related to sneezing, it just sounds like a sneeze that's going inward instead of outward, that's why it's called that. Reverse sneezing is caused by a spasm of the soft palate. You can usually get them to stop it by massaging their throat and getting them to swallow. It happens in cats as well as in dogs. Gasping and coughing could be a sign of a collapsing trachea.
165078 tn?1255610007 We're not sure what it is that gets him sneezing but, it's something. Anyway, the combination of allergies between us leads me to worry about my dog and the baby. I dont know what I would do beacause, as you said, he's my baby to. I got him when I had my m/c so I love him like he is a baby. I would be devistated if I'd have to get rid of him.
Avatar n tn It grows on wood and paper (like the paper covering over wallboard) and it is the mytotoxins produced by the mold that cause trouble, generally in the form of typical allergic reactions; i.e., runny nose, sneezing, runny eyes, etc. Here is a web page about stachybotrys and resulting symptoms: http://www.idph.state.il.us/envhealth/factsheets/stachybotrys.htm As with any allergy or toxic reaction, once the patient is removed from the irritant, rapid improvement is generally seen.
Avatar f tn I suppose I too am writing because I stumbled upon this sight in trying to find answers as to why my 6 1/2 year old Yorkie passed away suddenly this morning. Riley was truly my "princess". This was a toy Yorkie that was wee-wee pad trained and would urinate on demand. She hated to go on a leash and did not like for her paws to touch the pavement. My children referred to her as, "an inside kitten". She was the sweetest little thing.
439903 tn?1380141482 I had a Yorkie named Fritz...that boy loved him some onions...just thought I might share that bit of info wit all ya. ;o) Yes...ya'll know I'm over here screaming laughing like I'm ON sumin'. Sal...hope it isn't a cycst...if so, hope it goes away quickly. BACON....... +BFP. ;o) Amberlee: We did miss you gf...& well, you know we love ya. ;o) Whatcha say...mom-ma's boo-boo (lil' sweet baby) is giving her the serious sleep down...instead of the smack down.