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Female Join date : 2013-06-14
Location : Missouri

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PostSubject: Head cold?   Head cold? EmptyMon Jul 14, 2014 5:34 pm

I noticed over the weekend that Kenzi has a lot of mucus in her left nostril. It is a dark brownish color. Her nose isn't excessively wet and isn't hot, but the mucus is fairly thick and crusts on the edge. I spotted it saturday but then sunday it was gone. Today it is back and she is blowing out her nose quite often and sneezing though neither seem to clear it out much for her. Her energy levels are the same, she is eating fine, and other than the sneezing/blow outs, she isn't breathing strangely (ie, weazing, snoring at night). she has been very restless at night the last couple nights though, at first I thought it was just the full moon. (Full moon always makes me restless, yes-I might be a Werewolf) then the mucus came along and now I'm thinking she might have a head cold or sinus infection. Is there anything I could do to help ease it for her until I can get her to vet, or better yet, something I could give her to help clear this up at home without having to go to the vet? Or if anyone thinks it might be something else other than what I suspect, I would love to know what and why.

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Female Join date : 2014-06-26
Location : west Texas

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PostSubject: Re: Head cold?   Head cold? EmptyMon Jul 14, 2014 11:43 pm

Hey Jenn,

I hope Kenzi is feeling better tonight. I wish I had some easy answers, I don't. It's so hot out, I would have suggested some steam from a shower, to open up the nasal passages. Miya's been sneezing a lot last couple of days, figured it's been so dry dust got picked up and irritated her nose. Keep us posted.
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