I have had one dog for 14 years and our other dog for 4 years. I had no problems until this past summer and it is getting worse. I don't had the usual symtoms of runny nose or eyes, no sneezing. My problem is severe posterior lung pain when I breathe and wheezing at times. I had read online that our body's chemistry changes every 7 to 10 years. I hate to have to give up my "family members". Has anyone heard of this and the problem being focused in the lungs with burning. Any ideas of how to get my old body chemistry back? If that could be the case? I am 40 and wondering if it is a pre-menopausal hormonal thing? Thank you!View Thread
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