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2nd Mac
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Grass seed in dogs lung

Do any of yíall have much experience with it? Iíve had one surgically removed from a dogs side and one removed from a sinus cavity before. Iíve got probably the best dog Iíve ever owned that has one in his lung. Nearly lost him last December from bleeding from his lung. Now itís flared up again. Vet says try to hunt him mostly in the cooler months when there isnít as much pollen to irritate it. Says it will always flare up occasionally. Just makes me sick.

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Grass seed in lungs

Yes I have heard of it as my cousins lab got some Fox tail grass seed and had an awful time getting it out. Fox tail grass is real bad for the seeds migrating through the body.Good luck with your dogs recovery.

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I've got a hound who chews a good bit. He's come up with Aspirated Pneumonia from chewing vines and such.. crazy...

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I had one with the seed in her ears they just keep on going deeper,saw the vet pull them out. Look like a little spear. Knew something was wrong with her treeing. Also had a dog with one between his toes made a really nasty sore. Can just imagine what it would do to a lung. Hope he gets better! JesseJ

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Grass seed

I had one with the seed in her ears they just keep on going deeper,saw the vet pull them out. Look like a little spear. Knew something was wrong with her treeing. Also had a dog with one between his toes made a really nasty sore. Can just imagine what it would do to a lung. Hope he gets better! JesseJ

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Re: Grass seed

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I had one with the seed in her ears they just keep on going deeper,saw the vet pull them out. Look like a little spear. Knew something was wrong with her treeing. Also had a dog with one between his toes made a really nasty sore. Can just imagine what it would do to a lung. Hope he gets better! JesseJ
Heís out of Whole 9 Yards and a Gr Nt Reezen female. Heís sure a dandy. I probably should breed him to my Reezen female but I donít want to mess with raising a litter of pups.

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Puppies

Since your retired you would have plenty time for puppies!! Take care!! JesseJ

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Had one in lung developed infection and finally lost him

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