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Posted by: Karla | 2012/04/03

Cant bark

Hi
We have an almost 1 year old yorkie who cannot bark. He gets a squeak out at the most. He''s otherwise healthy and happy. Should we be concerned?

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Our expert says:
Expert ImageCyberVet

Hi Karla

I would only be concerned if your beloved pet appeared to be unwell. His bark will develope with maturity.

Kind regards

Angus Campbell

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Posted by: Tay | 2012/05/16

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Posted by: CyberVet | 2012/04/24

Hi Karla

I would only be concerned if your beloved pet appeared to be unwell. His bark will develope with maturity.

Kind regards

Angus Campbell

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