14 years ago
Anonymous

Puppy sneezing?

Hi! My little 4 month old pup (havanese) has been sneezing A LOT! There is no discharge/mucus coming out of her nose, her nose looks fine. She always has a little tear staining in her eyes anyway and the staining doesn't look any different. Her stool is ok too. I personally think she has allergies but vet says they don't appear until they get a little older. But even if she has allergies, should she be sneezing all the time? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. **She stays mainly inside the house unless she plays with my mom's dog and then they play outside in a fenced yard (3x's a week).** Thanks!
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14 years ago
terminator
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You may want to consider getting a Bionair type air purifier unit. There are dusts, pollens, smoke and other allergens in the confined air of a home that small lungs have difficulty with. Being so close to the ground you may want to vacuum your rugs and floors more often or try a different or better machine. Being outdoors includes the possibility of external forces so perhaps it is an allergy to ragweed, grass, mold, or its' food. I would prefer to eliminate the irritant rather than have it ingest medications.
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5 years ago
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6 years ago
Anonymous
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14 years ago
Maewest
Definitely from dust or allergies. (Where did this Vet get their degree?) Insist on taking your fur ball to the Vets, so they know you aren't kidding. And tell the Vet you know of other puppies who exhibited this kind of behavior and DID have allergies, and were even a little younger. Your little pup shouldn't have to endure the sneezing & tearing eyes. Good luck ! .
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6 years ago
Anonymous
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14 years ago
Lucy
Might be just dust up her nose since they are small dogs and closer to the ground. Cats and dogs do sneeze just as we do when there is particles in the air that are an irritant.
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14 years ago
Senza
as havanese are close to the ground, it could be just a case of getting dust in her nose. As far as allergies .... they can start at any age. As soon as a dog is exposed to the environment and consuming foods.
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14 years ago
Anonymous
I'd say allergies my pup started when he was 3 weeks old, He now takes allergy pills and no longer suffers from it.
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6 years ago
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14 years ago
Anonymous
Ther's no such thing as a sneezing dog, right?
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