Laurae Posted June 15, 2007 Report Share Posted June 15, 2007 For the past few days, Craig has been having intense, long-lasting bouts of reverse sneezing. At least I think it's reverse sneezing. He has these sharp intakes of breath and wheezes for like half an hour at a time throughout the night. He sounds miserable. It's much worse at night. Could this be allergy-related? The airborne allergens are bad here right now. Or, doG forbid, related to the gazillion foxtails everywhere? Could it be serious? I've only seen my other dogs reverse sneeze for like a minute or two at a time--Craig's attacks last a long time. Sophie gets really upset about it and has been waking me up with her whining and pawing at me. To be honest, her alerting is half of what is scaring me. In addition, he recently experienced his first seizure since he came to live with me about six weeks ago (he is epileptic, but seizes rarely). The seizure happened last weekend, right after he finished working on a fairly hot morning. We chalked that up to the stress of the big life change we're all experiencing since he's come to live with us, including his switch to a raw diet, as well as the heat. Though that was scary, he's been fine since then. Does anyone think a visit to the vet is merited? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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