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Q. What can I give my dog if she is congested

A. She is likely to need some antibiotics from your vet. until you can get to the vet then you may want to try to steam. If it is safe to steam the room that your dog is in safely then you can try that. Put some olbas oil in a bowl of boiled water out of reach of the dog in the room it is in for 20-30 mins. You can try this a few times a day. I would recommend staying with the dog so it doesn't pull the bowl onto her or drink it.

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JULIA HENWOOD

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