Hi there, vet Andrew here. Are you online at the moment?
Ok, what exactly do you mean by face infection? Is there an infection under the skin in a specific area?
she got an infection in her face it affected her eye and mouth even though she is loosing her teeth she is 13 but she has developed a bad nose mucas and sneezing
Right, I suspect that in a Yorkie of this age there is an infected tooth causing a cellulitis (infection under the skin) and there may be some involvement of the nose cavity as the teeth are right next to it.
Since she is on antibiotics already, the infection should be starting to clear, but the nasal mucus may be flowing freely and causing her to sneeze.
what can i do to help her breath and ease the snoring
In this case I would recommend steam, as it breaks down mucus. Remember that sneezing is a good thing as its function is to clear the nose and help her breathe. You should also, keep wiping her nose and eyes with a damp cotton wool swab. Apply something like E45 after you wipe to prevent chafing.
In these cases an abscess can sometimes form above the tooth which will mean the tooth should be extracted and the cavity drained. If she has not improved by Monday I would bring her back to the vet's and discuss this option.
Make sure the room she is in is well ventilated and not too stuffy.
how can i help her breath
Other than keeping her cool and ventilated, while providing steam from a kettle, there is not much you can do at home. If you have any Vick's or similar, dilute some in a mug of hot water and soak it in a flannel. Put this near her nose.
Don't give her Sudafed as it acts like a caffeine overdose in dogs.
If you're really worried, phone your vet as they may be prepared to give her something like Millophylline which opens up the airways.
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i want to know what i can do to help my dog breath better
Have you got any Vick's vaporub?
no would that help
Yes. As I said, dilute a teaspoonful in a mug of hot water and soak a flannel in it. Place the flannel near her nose.
Ok, it seems you're still not happy with my answer. I assure you that what I have recommended is the best you can do for Jessica.