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Hiccups!!!!

Does anyone else's puppy get the hiccups ALL the time for no reason? Diesel gets the after eating (understandable) but also in the middle of the night, when he is playing and if he is just lazing around doing nothing!


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Completely normal for puppies! Signs that they are growing!

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Vinnie always used to get them after he ate. Not as much now as he's getting older. It's very common.


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Tayla had them a lot from 4 to 8 months, but not since then.


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Jasper had them a lot when he was a pup, he doesnt get them so often now. Nothing to worry about! :-)
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Maverick still gets hiccups every now and then. It's normal for them. I just feel bad cause before he used to get them almost every other few hours
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Bear gets them all the time!!! Especially after playing.


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a lick of peanut-butter settles them quickly.


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Mia is almost 5 months old and gets them all the time. My vet said not to worry..
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a lick of peanut-butter settles them quickly.
peanut butter is a miracle drug! Saying BOO! doesn't work
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