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Q. Hi my female mix dog castrated of 2 years 2 months of 23 kg is sneezing a lot she have no fever she eats normal poep and pee normal been few days now

A. This could be allergies, but I would need a lot more information. If you set up a consult with me, we can discuss this in more detail. If it seems to be allergies I can help you set up an anti- histamine trial to see which allergy medications may be the most beneficial. In regards to the "eating of poop", coprophagy can be behavioral, but I find that with a nutritional evaluation we can find deficiencies that explain this behavior. Again, we would need to be able to communicate more about current food etc. I have also had success combining chinese herbs with food therapy to change this behavior..

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DR. JENNIFER LADD, DVM

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