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Q. My toy chiuaha has a very hard neckk fromhis ear ito sshou! Ders and acts like his headhurts. His left eye gets puffy at times andhe sitshunched over

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CLAUDIA FIORAVANTI

A. Not sure that the two conditions are related, it would be interesting to see a picture of the eye itself. From your description it does look like he has a stiff and sore neck. Do you know of any injuries that occurred to him ?It's hard for me to say if it is a problem just affecting the muscles in his neck or if there are more severe problems affecting the bones or the nerves in that area. I would definitely have him checked over by your vet.


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