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    My little dog is unwell. He has a cold. He's sat on the floor near me and his nose sounds all blocked and snotty when he breathes and the end is all dry and horrid. He just seems so down today. Poor thing
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    Take him to your vet. D'oh!
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    Take him to your vet. D'oh!
    My parents seem to think he will be fine. I suggested it, but they don't think it's necessary.

    They say he should be well again soon, but I just feel a bit sorry for him sat there I know how bad I can feel when I have a cold
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    (Original post by Roger Kirk)
    My parents seem to think he will be fine. I suggested it, but they don't think it's necessary.

    They say he should be well again soon, but I just feel a bit sorry for him sat there I know how bad I can feel when I have a cold
    But seriously, you should take him. Parents always reckon the dog will be fine and the next thing you know...*looks omnious*
    Trust me, I know.
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    sounds alot like my niece
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    (Original post by gossip_girl)
    sounds alot like my niece
    Are you calling your niece a female dog?

    That's not very nice :eyeball:
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    The sniffles can get really bad in dogs, cats and other critters. Do take him to the vet!
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    (Original post by Helzerel)
    Are you calling your niece a female dog?

    That's not very nice :eyeball:
    lol nah, shes got a cold aswell and is being really boring and watching tv
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    Aww, I hope your dog feels better soon. Mine sneezes when he gets excited.
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    (Original post by supercat)
    Aww, I hope your dog feels better soon. Mine sneezes when he gets excited.
    Yeah, little Jasper has been sneezing all day. But not because he's excited
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    :eek: My dog is called Jasper. Well, I hope yours gets better soon.
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    when ur dogs asleep does he/she ever make funny noises and bark???? Mine does and it freaks me out a bit Looks like ahe's possessed or somefin:eek:
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    (Original post by Lillybut)
    when ur dogs asleep does he/she ever make funny noises and bark???? Mine does and it freaks me out a bit Looks like ahe's possessed or somefin:eek:
    Yeah. It' quite freaky, but probably just them having a dream....I hope.
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    Oh thank god lol- its just sometimes after she's woken up that she looks at me with an inconspicuous look like shes just been plotting something in her sleep:confused: Hmmmmmm...
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    (Original post by Lillybut)
    Oh thank god lol- its just sometimes after she's woken up that she looks at me with an inconspicuous look like shes just been plotting something in her sleep:confused: Hmmmmmm...
    Maybe she has been plotting. Who knows what dogs dream about....:evilb:
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    just the other night she was sitting on my bed and i said 'r u ok' (in the high pitch way i speak to her lol) and i swear on my grave that she opened her mouth to speak then realised i was watching her and closed it!! When i said 'what's the matter??' she turned away and wouldnt make eye contact with me:eek:
    Me finks dogs can talk but cant divulge the secret:cool:
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    (Original post by Lillybut)
    just the other night she was sitting on my bed and i said 'r u ok' (in the high pitch way i speak to her lol) and i swear on my grave that she opened her mouth to speak then realised i was watching her and closed it!! When i said 'what's the matter??' she turned away and wouldnt make eye contact with me:eek:
    Me finks dogs can talk but cant divulge the secret:cool:
    :rofl: :stupid:


    (Or at least I hope it's not true)
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    So how is he now?
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    So how is he now?
    He's still a bit sniffly and has a terribly dry nose, but he seems a bit happier today and isn't sneezing at all any more.
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    (Original post by Roger Kirk)
    He's still a bit sniffly and has a terribly dry nose, but he seems a bit happier today and isn't sneezing at all any more.
    Ah good. Do you have a pic of him I can see?

    Don't mind me, i just like dogs:eek:
 
 
 
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