My Lhasa Apso Keeps Honking What Is This And What Can I Do For Her?

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If it is a grown-up dog that sounds more like a duck honk than a dog woof then it possibly is experience a state identified as Tracheal Collapse. As it grows old, its body has a propensity to weaken. This holds true for the cartilage rings that make up our tracheas. When a dog is thrilled, out of breath, drinking water or pulling on its collar, it might reason a momentary fail of the rings of the trachea that facilitate to maintain the airway open.
The majority of pets do not require medicinal treatment for tracheal collapse. If your dog is fat, mass loss can reduce the attacks. Take your pet on walk on a harness rather than a collar will be able to help also
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This is called 'the puffs' and Lhasas do get this sometimes. If you hold your dogs nose to make them swallow, it will stop. It does stop on its own, but takes longer than if you help out!

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