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    nvn2013 posted:
    hello sir. i have a lebra dog age abt 2 years....he was in good health till may 2013...then a street dog bite him..and he fell ill...after that, he continuously drools and vomits each day.lots of saliva in his vomiting.his respiration is not normal. he makes noise when respirates.i take him to the local vet but he cant diagnose the problem.blood report of the pet also normal. he is in big trouble..plz tell me what to do..i love him...i will be very thankful to you
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    Sandy Willis, DVM, DACVIM responded:
    Hello,

    My reply apparently did not post. DId your veterinarian take an xray of your dog's chest? That is where I might start with the history of abnormal respiration. If the chest xrays are normal, perhaps the problem is in the throat area. We need some sedation/anesthesia to look in that area. I wonder if there is some undetected trauma due to that dog bite that affected your dog, or perhaps something new going on with the upper or lower respiratory tract. Please let your veterinarian know that your dog is not doing well. We need to look further. Dr. Sandy


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