Wilson does it from time-to-time. He did it again this evening. I thank this board cause without it I wouldn't have known what was wrong the first time he did it. I had read some posts on here a couple of years back so I knew was it was and I wasn't alarmed.
Three Hooligans and 1 Angel - Wilson, Sally, Emma & Jack
i have a boston who does it and one who use to do it but is passed on now. if i catch duke before he does it i give him a benadryl and then he is fine but if he is in full on mode he does it for several minutes and wont stop no matter what i do so the last time he did it i squirted some lemon juice in his mouth and he stopped immediately. i believe its allergy related myself.
Our Bennie does it, not often but maybe once a week for a few seconds. Our Pug Lycka also does it sometimes and the rescue male we re-homed also did it. It's more common in dogs with short noses and it's in most cases nothing to worry about
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amelson19933.....i think you may be correct.....it's due to alergies.....Forde hasn't had one in like a year, until the other day.....
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