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    An_267652 posted:
    My 14 month old Yorkie started reverse sneezing after being boarded over the weekend. She is very social, constantly plays with toys and the cat. She goes out to potty but immediately wants to come back in the house. 3 days ago she kept disappearing and we would find her outside hiding in the bushes. My husband took her to the vet yesterday morning when they opened. The said she may have gotten a sinus infection while boarding and sent him home with an antibiotic and stomach medicine. We have been giving her her medicine and trying to keep her calm in her kennel. As soon as we let her out, she starts trembling , reverse sneezing and bolts for the door to go out. When we let her outside she walks with her tail tucked acting totally in a panic. She then runs to get into the bushes. She will not eat or drink so we've been giving her water with a syringe. Is all of this normal??


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