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reported for prairie dogs. In particular, the caretakers reported that the squirrel had moderate dysphagia and audible respiratory sounds. On physical examination, the respiratory sounds were referred to the upper airways and nostrils, but the uniformity

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History and Physical Examination Findings A 13-year-old sexually intact female Chihuahua was evaluated because of acute respiratory distress. The dog had a history of poor oral health and recurrent right-sided nasal discharge despite

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History and Physical Examination Findings A 7-year-old 8.6-kg (18.9-lb) castrated male Pug was evaluated because of chronic nasal discharge. Respiratory signs, which started 3 weeks following ingestion of coffee beans, had been noticed for the

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sites had healed. The owner reported that the dog still had some upper respiratory noises but was no longer sneezing. In addition, the owner reported that there had been no evidence of nasal discharge and no additional episodes of difficulty breathing

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.0°F) with heart and respiratory rates within expected ranges. The results of oral examination and evaluation of radiographs were deemed inconclusive. Endoscopic assessment revealed a small amount of hemorrhage and edema in the right auditory tube

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History and Physical Examination Findings A 9-year-old 590-kg (1,298-lb) Thoroughbred gelding was evaluated because of difficulty eating for approximately 1 hour's duration. Physical examination revealed heart rate, respiratory rate, and body

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at the time of referral. The physical examination revealed a rectal temperature of 37.6°C (99.7°F), heart rate of 72 beats/min, and respiratory rate of 20 breaths/min. Initial oral examination revealed a rostral crossbite, a linguoverted right

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, respiratory rate, and body temperature were within the respective reference ranges. Thoracic auscultation revealed a grade II/VI systolic heart murmur consistent with previously diagnosed degenerative mitral valve disease and no signs of congestive heart

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respiratory stridor was noted. The left eye was displaced slightly laterally. Intraoral examination with the rabbit anesthetized revealed mild incisor, premolar, and molar malocclusion and multiple sharp lingual and buccal points. The left maxillary first

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examination was performed, and results were considered normal except for oral examination findings. The rectal temperature was 100.7°F, and heart and respiratory rates were within respective reference ranges. Oral examination of the conscious patient revealed

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