Enter your question here My lab retriever, age 12, has lost her ability to howl, and her normal bark has deteriorated into a raspy and higher-pitched voice. Her vet attributes this to age-related partial blockage of the larynx by a laryngeal “flap” which is characteristic of the breed. Can you tell me more about this? I’m concerned about the potential for my dog’s breathing to be adversely affected. Member Margaret Marshall-Mrakovcic
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