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    DefaultHyperventilating

    SU said that last night, Zoe got out of bed, went to a different area in our bedroom and started hyperventilating...very loudly. She seemed fine this a.m.; in fact we went to the beach and she seemed normal.

    Yesterday, however, she did throw up a little...but after that episode, she was fine. Later in the evening we went to a neighbor's house and she was acting her normal monkey self.

    any ideas? (going to cross post in L/C)

    Thanks.
    Linda and Zoë, the Umlaut
    Honolulu, Hawaii

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    DefaultRe: Hyperventilating

    Sounds like reverse sneezing. Champ does this occassionally. I give Champ a tablespoon of honey if he get's a bad attack. My vet recommended the honey. It works.

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