Ginny was extending her throat forward, and I thought choking. The vet said she was not choking, she was having trouble swallowing. He did an xray to see if something was caught in her throat. It was negative. He wanted to put her out but noticed in the xray, that she had a belly full of grass. When the problem began, she was outside for about 15 minutes, and when I let her in, I noticed she was not herself. She ran in the living room and started mowing down on my plants. She has never done that before, and then she wanted out. I went out with her and she was going crazy eating grass...not like she normally would. Swallowing issue was still going on so the vet did an xray with barium. He says her esopagus is clear, so he says she may have a scratch in her troat, and sent her home on antibiotics for the scratch. Once home, I again could not stop her from eating the plants and grass. She would not settle into a nap with me, though she could hardly keep her eyes open, after her frantic 3 hours at the vet. Now, 2 hours later, she has eaten some of her food and seems to have quit eating the grass....the plants I locked up in another room. Of course, she is still having trouble swallowing, and gags sometimes, though nothing comes up. Anyone ever had anything similar? The vet fit her in as an emergency, so I assume if the issue does not go away, I will need to make an appointment for her. What a scare...I was thinking it was her trachea, or a mass in her throat.