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2 of our boys have been having excess eye boogers the last two days. Were thinking it may be the season changing or doggie alergys? Any body have the same experience with their beagle or any thoughts? any thoughts would be helpful. Thanks
 

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That happens with Jersey a lot when the seasons change. She also does the inverted sneeze more at those times. My vet says she has seasonal allergies and tells me to give her Benedryl when it happens.
 

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Hey, how is Hollywood doing? Would love to see pictures of him all grown up.

I think the boogers are season changes as well, our beags tend to be very sensitive that way, so allergies are one thing they are prone to.
 

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that guy eats and eats and eats. And he is still scrawney. And he still acts like we never feed him. hahhaha.....
 

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That can be a common problem in urban areas with
air-pollution like "smog"! But, our boy's only
get it sometimes if the "wind-direction" falters
in the fall as the farmers burn their fields to
promote new growth in the spring for their blue-grass fields! (Sure we have a lot of crybabies
now...but it is better than when I lived in Finland)& many of the farmers also added animal
dung to the mix! :pukey:
 

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I just came across this thread - I don't have anything to add except that I feel like I've also had excess eye boogers (and really stuffed up sinuses) this past week so I think whatever is causing their problems is also going on up here in Vancouver!
 
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