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Old July 28th 05, 06:08 AM
animzmirot
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Ringo started sneezing non-stop about an hour ago. Nothing coming out, eyes
aren't runny, no discharge anywhere, but he's just sneezing and sneezing.
The ONLY thing that has been different about him is that today he went into
the kitchen garbage and pulled out the plastic top to a cottage cheese
container and licked it clean. Otherwise no change in diet, exercise, etc.
He was in all day today due to the heat. He's drinking and eating (Wellness
dry) appropriately.

What could it be? Allergy? Any ideas?

Marjorie


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Old July 28th 05, 02:19 PM
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"animzmirot" wrote in message
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Ringo started sneezing non-stop about an hour ago. Nothing coming out,
eyes
aren't runny, no discharge anywhere, but he's just sneezing and sneezing.
The ONLY thing that has been different about him is that today he went
into
the kitchen garbage and pulled out the plastic top to a cottage cheese
container and licked it clean. Otherwise no change in diet, exercise, etc.
He was in all day today due to the heat. He's drinking and eating
(Wellness
dry) appropriately.

What could it be? Allergy? Any ideas?

Marjorie



Could just be that he got some dust or something up his nose from digging
around in the trash. I wouldn't worry about it unless it persists and/or he
has yellow or greenish discharge.

-Kelly


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Old July 28th 05, 07:13 PM
animzmirot
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"animzmirot" wrote in message
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Ringo started sneezing non-stop about an hour ago. Nothing coming out,
eyes
aren't runny, no discharge anywhere, but he's just sneezing and

sneezing.
The ONLY thing that has been different about him is that today he went
into
the kitchen garbage and pulled out the plastic top to a cottage cheese
container and licked it clean. Otherwise no change in diet, exercise,

etc.
He was in all day today due to the heat. He's drinking and eating
(Wellness
dry) appropriately.

What could it be? Allergy? Any ideas?

Marjorie



Could just be that he got some dust or something up his nose from digging
around in the trash. I wouldn't worry about it unless it persists and/or

he
has yellow or greenish discharge.


Brilliant! I emptied the vacuum container into that very trash can not long
before he got into it. I would never have thought of that!

Thanks.

He's coughing a bit today, but no more sneezing. I'm guessing he did get
into the dust pile in the trash. Phew!

Marjorie

-Kelly




 




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