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    Goldren Lab wheezing and coughing
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    An_220995 posted:
    I had one golden lab mix and just adopted another golden lab. They both wheeze and cough when they get excited. Is this normal? Also, we took them running yesterday, it was a little dusty and now our young golden lab mix is wheezing, coughing, and thowing up. She's been having these attacks all night and of course it's a holiday so can't take her anywhere. Is there anything I can give her to help?
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    Ernie Ward, DVM responded:
    Gagging Goldens? My best advice is to get them seen - sounds contagious. let us know what you find out. Good luck, Dr. Ernie


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