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Monday 26th of June 2017



Laryngeal Paralysis


General information on Laryngeal Paralysis

Laryngeal Paralysis is a disorder in which the nerves and muscles that control the laryngeal cartilages lose function, causing voice changes and difficulty eating or breathing. The cause for this condition is generally unknown.


Symptoms of Laryngeal Paralysis

The symptoms for laryngeal paralysis are voice change, hoarse bark, noisy breathing, gagging or choking when eating, difficulty breathing.

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Treatments for Laryngeal Paralysis

The treatment for Laryngeal Paralysis in most cases is surgery; Known as 'laryngeal tie-back' surgery. This will increase airflow and relieve the dogs symptoms.




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Laryngeal Paralysis experience by - Cindy
Wetaskiwin AB Canada

Update on Tessa!!!!!
Well it was a rough scary time but Tessa is fine now although she can no longer bark she can breathe so easily now, her stoma doesnt even really look bad and if she is wiped once a day most days not even because she is an expert at cleaning herself now,She is so happy and playful again I would recommend this to anyone that is facing lp we were going to do the tie back as well but surgeon says the risks are so high and her quality of life now is so good why mess with that??????
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