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has anyone had problems with alergies to this breed

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Hi, My Dutchie is allergic to polar blankets. In two diferent ocasions separated by almost a year it got cough and breathing problems (breathing dificulty) after being in close contact with polar fabrics. At the first occasion we did all kind of tests, analysis, torax x-rays and no apparent reason for the lung problems. The vet asking if something chanded at home, like different detergents, food, carpets were introduced at that time. The only thing was that our very old boxer commenced to sleep (winter time) on a polar blanket and they sleep together. On vet recomendation we took out the polar blanket and few days later our dutchie renurted to normal. It is training for mondioring (3 times a week, at least) and we ad to slow down the training because he got extremely tired.A couple of days after taking off the polar blanket, he returned to normal activity. Recently my girlfriend got a flu and ecided to have a rest on the couch covered with a polar blanket. The dog stood at her side petting her all afternoon and at night commenced with the same symptons and the next day, at the training session, becomes more tired and with cough and breathing difficulty. Once again we took out the polar blanket and within two days it returned to normal. Besides this episode no alergic problems exprienced.


Hi, My Dutchie is allergic to polar blankets. In two diferent ocasions separated by almost a year it got cough and breathing problems (breathing dificulty) after being in close contact with polar fabrics. At the first occasion we did all kind of tests, analysis, torax x-rays and no apparent reason for the lung problems. The vet asking if something chanded at home, like different detergents, food, carpets were introduced at that time. The only thing was that our very old boxer commenced to sleep (winter time) on a polar blanket and they sleep together. On vet recomendation we took out the polar blanket and few days later our dutchie renurted to normal. It is training for mondioring (3 times a week, at least) and we ad to slow down the training because he got extremely tired.A couple of days after taking off the polar blanket, he returned to normal activity. Recently my girlfriend got a flu and ecided to have a rest on the couch covered with a polar blanket. The dog stood at her side petting her all afternoon and at night commenced with the same symptons and the next day, at the training session, becomes more tired and with cough and breathing difficulty. Once again we took out the polar blanket and within two days it returned to normal. Besides this episode no alergic problems exprienced.


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