He was brought in to our Warrnambool Fur Life Vet clinic for acute onset sneezing. His owners were worried he might have a grass seed in his nose. (Bart loves a romp in the grass).
Even though there was no discharge, and the nose looked normal, Bart was placed under an anaesthetic, and we used an otoscope to look inside the nose and were able to remove an enormous grass seed!
Instant relief for Bart and his owners!
Make sure you keep an eye out for pesky grass seeds this summer. To learn more about why grass seeds can pose a real threat to our pet’s read our Grass Seeds Vet Advice post.