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Tuesday 22nd of January 2019


General information on Pharyngitis

Pharyngitis is a inflammation between the mouth and the esophagus that is usually caused by a bacterial infection. Usually caused by staphylococcal or streptococcal organisms, Pharyngitis can also be caused by the presence of foreign bodies or from another underlying disease.

Symptoms of Pharyngitis

Symptoms of Pharyngitis may include loss of appetite, gagging, vomiting, cough, fever and coughing up a foamy substance.

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Treatments for Pharyngitis

Treatment for Pharyngitis will most likely include antibiotic treatment. If foreign bodies are present, then they would have to be surgically removed.

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Pharyngitis experience by - wanda
austin, tx

my 4 year old toy poodle has had some random coughing and gagging then vomiting yellow foamy liquid for the past couple of years. She is a very picky eater but still eats every day. She loves to play ball, take walks and visit with neighbor dogs. After she has one of her gagging/vomiting spells she seems tired for a while. Our vet said dogs do this sometimes but I am taking her in tomorrow because her symptoms seem like this condidtion. We are asking for a sonagram to be sure.
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Seek the advice of your vet or other qualified pet care provider before you decide on any treatment or for answers to any questions you may have regarding a canine medical symptom or medical condition.

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