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Baymax, b.Nov2020
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Today Baymax skipped his usual noon meal (90 grams) because of an outing at the seaside and I fed him at half past three PM with 130 grams.

He was so hungry that he ate with even more ardor than usual and suddenly started issuing choking sounds, coughing, doing vomit sounds (sorry for my imprecise English).

He did not stop eating and after a a few minutes he seemed to have overcome the problem.

What I think happened is that he inhaled a kibble (they are 6-8 mm in diameter).

As he looks and behaves normally he must have gotten rid of it or is it possible it's still lodged somewhere in his airways?

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Don’t worry, that’s a labrador or for you. He’ll be fine.
 
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I'm not a vet but if his breathing has returned to normal and he is eating and drinking normally, it doesn't sound like he's aspirated any of his food. Dogs aren't as likely to.choke on their food as we humans 🙂
 
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