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Q. Hi ,10days post carnassial teeth removal(slab fractures) of both teeth. Our 90 lb shep mix has developed reverse sneezing with & increase reg sneezi

A. I recommend you contact your local clinic for a post operative recheck to make sure the area is healing well and there is no infection in the sinuses etc and to rule out other causes of respiratory irritation

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LINDSEY EDWARDS MVB, BSC, IVCA

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