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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 04-26-2004, 09:04 PM
 
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Poor Manto! I do hope this darn pollen dies down! I have a purple car, not a yellow car! I could see it driving him bonkers and stuffing him up so he has to pant! Shane's friend has been panting lately too...stuffed up from pollen and he's human!
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post #32 of 35 (permalink) Old 04-27-2004, 09:20 AM Thread Starter
 
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Yesterday it was much cooler and rained all day. And guess what! Manto wasn't panting at all last night! Although he did snore much too loudly!

I didn't try the benedryl since he was ok but next time I'll definitely try it - we used it with Bach and it worked wonderfully! I saw on weatherchannel.com that we are under a sever pollen alert today. Ugh.

Btw Chinchilla girl, I have a black car that hasn't looked black in two weeks - it's that awful yellow color!
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Jodi... Omg we are having problems with pollen here too... My car is green from all of the pollen!!!
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post #34 of 35 (permalink) Old 04-27-2004, 12:03 PM
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Awww. Hugs to both you and Manto, Jodi. I'm sure he'll be just fine, and don't worry, overprotection of fur-kids is okay. Definately. But keep us all updated as you are, and remember we're here for you.


Pure... I was thinking, maybe the reason you hear Dozer panting is because of his breed and facial build. Just a thought, but a trip or call to the vet for any care or concern is always the best route to take IMO.


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Pure... I was thinking, maybe the reason you hear Dozer panting is because of his breed and facial build. Just a thought, but a trip or call to the vet for any care or concern is always the best route to take IMO.
Yea, we called our vet & he said he's his breed... They have such a short muzzle, that's just what they do... At least I know it's nothing to be worried about
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