MrSnappy Posted December 1, 2008 Report Share Posted December 1, 2008 Yesterday Tweed was attacked by another, much larger dog. She had him down by the throat and had to be pulled off him. He suffered no punctures, just a a bunch of slobber and lots of feeling sorry for himself. However, since then he has been swallowing excessively - a lot of wet sounding swallowing, and a little retching. He ate dinner (turkey drumstick) no problem. He ate breakfast (tripe) no problem. No coughing or anything whilst playing ball this morning. The swallowing has lessened, but he's still doing it. Obviously we will go to the vet, but any ideas what could be going on? Bruised trachea? Ruptured salivary gland? Anyone been through something similar? RDM Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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