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Tibetan Terrier Problem
We have two Tibetan Terrier dogs both inherited from our daughter 5 years
One of them, 10 years old, has always had a cough which appears that he has
either catarrh or something stuck in his throat, he even had this when our
daughter had him. Sometimes it is quite persistent. We have had him to a
very good local vet. many times, who himself is mystified at the cause of
it. He has been x-rayed, had a camera down his throat, his lungs and his
heart checked out etc.Various medicines and cough mixtures have brought no
change, and still no reason has been found for it.
The odd thing is that sometimes when he is coughing a lot we can tell him to
"Stop it"-- and he does so!
We are beginning to wonder if this could be an inherent weakness in the
Has anyone else come across this, or any advice on where to seek help?
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