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Liz47
15-06-2015, 11:53 AM
Noticed the past few days he has been sneezing regularly, no discharge or runny eyes. Then yesterday I heard him making snuffly noises while grooming/eating and he's started washing his nose/face after sneezing so I think there may be some discharge but he wipes it away before I can look. :( Thank fully beano and Gordon are fine, Boris suffered from pasturella and it didn't affect beano or Gordon where they were kept outside and he was kept indoors. All he needed was one long course of antibiotics and that helped keep things comfortable for him so I hope it will be similar for Jake.

MightyMax
15-06-2015, 11:54 AM
Noticed the past few days he has been sneezing regularly, no discharge or runny eyes. Then yesterday I heard him making snuffly noises while grooming/eating and he's started washing his nose/face after sneezing so I think there may be some discharge but he wipes it away before I can look. :( Thank fully beano and Gordon are fine, Boris suffered from pasturella and it didn't affect beano or Gordon where they were kept outside and he was kept indoors. All he needed was one long course of antibiotics and that helped keep things comfortable for him so I hope it will be similar for Jake.

Oh Liz, poor Jake!

Good luck a the vets - I hope he gets on well :wave:

biscandmatt1
15-06-2015, 12:37 PM
good luck at the vets :wave:

nickybunny1
15-06-2015, 01:17 PM
Good luck at vets.

Liz47
15-06-2015, 06:31 PM
Thank you :) The vet didn't think it was anything to be too concerned about, as we've only seen a very small amount of discharge and it wasn't very white (more clear) which would indicate bacteria so we have a course of antibiotics just in case and hopefully that'll sort him out.

MightyMax
15-06-2015, 06:34 PM
Thank you :) The vet didn't think it was anything to be too concerned about, as we've only seen a very small amount of discharge and it wasn't very white (more clear) which would indicate bacteria so we have a course of antibiotics just in case and hopefully that'll sort him out.

:thumb:

That puts your mind at rest and hopefully he will be OK ongoing!

orangediva
15-06-2015, 07:09 PM
Glad he's ok, he's so lovely :love:

biscandmatt1
15-06-2015, 07:26 PM
glad it doesn't appear to be anything too serious x

Liz47
15-06-2015, 09:12 PM
Thank you, they are a worry at times! :love: