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Forum DIET & CARE sneeze or snort?

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    • poopy
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      Medusa does a little "humph" snort when she is relaxing or sleeping. This isn’t a sneeze right? I thought I would doublecheck.


    • poopy
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      on that note, would a sneeze sound kind of like a human sneeze? i know when my hamster sneezes it sounds like a human sneeze


    • wendyzski
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      When Pepper sneezed, it’s a lot like a human sneeze but lower pitched.  If you’re not really listening it can sound kind of like a cough. 


    • MooBunnay
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      We have a sneezy bunny, he makes a noise that kinda sounds like a high pitched "CHEW" and his whole body does a little jump.


    • poopy
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      i hope she is not sneezing and i can’t wait till she is eligible for her insurance because i think i am imagining all sorts of illnesses that she may get


    • Gravehearted
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      a snort or snore sounds pretty different from a sneeze. If she was sneezing her head also would jerk – kinda like how people’s do in response to a sneeze.


    • Faye Perry
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      like Gravehearted says if it was a sneeze her head would jerk, when booboo had the sniffles she rarely sneezed just once, it was more like bouts of 4 or 5 sneezes.  But keep your eye on her

      Booboo seems to blow out of nose when she lies down, like a relaxing sigh…

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