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    Default Help please! Something stuck in throat/lungs?

    Yesterday morning Bubba threw up. Ever since then he acts like he's trying to get something up. He will do this little cough like thing and sometimes some phlem comes up. he is eating and drinking with no problem. Walks aren't a problem either. When he tries to do his normal hyper running,playing and rolling on his back..it makes it worse. i don't know if he aspirated something when he threw up or what. Anyone had this happen before?

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    Default Re: Help please! Something stuck in throat/lungs?

    That's what Gracie is doing a bit too along with a runny nose. We think she has a cold.

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    Hopefully, he'll keep hacking until he dislodges whatever goo is in there. If it becomes chronic -- or unrelenting gagging -- I'd be in the car to the vet's...

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    Default Re: Help please! Something stuck in throat/lungs?

    Thanks guys. He did have a bit of a runny nose yesterday. Just gave him some benedryl. will see if that helps. Its not a constant gagging. Maybe its allergies? I hope that's all!

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    Default Re: Help please! Something stuck in throat/lungs?

    If it's that goofy bulldog phlegm I've heard about, you could always try a squeeze of the ol' lemon juice down the gullet!

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    Lucy did this after being sick once It cleared up after a day or so. I think the vomitting had hurt her throat a little.

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    Default Re: Help please! Something stuck in throat/lungs?

    Vegas clears his throat often, it is like he takes a deep breath and coughs up some phlegm to clear his throat. He loves to do this while he is sitting right by you looking in your face I think it is allergy related.

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    Default Re: Help please! Something stuck in throat/lungs?

    Buster does it at times - I think it is allergy related too - Benedryl helps.

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    Default Re: Help please! Something stuck in throat/lungs?

    THanks everyone! I feel a little better now. I will try the lemon also!

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    Default Re: Help please! Something stuck in throat/lungs?

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbaisapig View Post
    THanks everyone! I feel a little better now. I will try the lemon also!
    I don't know if you pay attention to our Pollen count on BayNews 9, but it is unusually high for this time of year. Pollen is a huge culprit with Vegas's allergies causing runny eyes and phlegm.

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    Default Re: Help please! Something stuck in throat/lungs?

    Yes..i think all of you are correct...allergies. gave some benedryl and a little lemon juice and fatty McGee is doing much better! Thanks guys!

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    Default Re: Help please! Something stuck in throat/lungs?

    Ah, I know this well and you are correct... lemon juice and benedryl will help. Damn allergies!
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