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|07-27-2007, 08:42 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Langley, BC
He's losing his bark!
My yorkie, Snooki is a barker. He sits atop a box in my room and looks outside my window and barks at everything that moves! Are any of your yorkies like this? Anyway, recently when he's been barking, his bark has become strained. It's more squeeky and high-pitched, and strained. He doesn't show any signs that he's in pain but it still bothers me. In a few days his bark goes back to normal.
It's happen twice so far. Has this happened to any of your yorkies?
~ Kasika ~
Mother of a monster yorkie, but I love him!
|07-27-2007, 09:12 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2005
Yes My Little Minnie got like this from barking so much, She did it every time I would leave the house and she would sit in the window and bark, I had to start closing the blinds for awhile until she got her voice back. She still barks out the window, but I now shut them when I leave because that is when she must of barked nonstop.
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