Yes, rats can get the hiccups. Rats do not have a gag reflex, which prevents them from burping, vomiting etc. Hiccups, however, are the result of a muscle spasm in the diaphragm. Rat hiccups are silent. Your rat may sit still and appear to be twitching much in the same way that humans hiccup.
Yes, many mammals can get the hiccups; dogs,cats,rats...
Rats will often squeak if they're under any type of stress or pain. They also might hiccup which sounds like squeaking. Hiccuping is normal; rats may get the hiccups just like humans.
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They are called the hiccups because of the "hiccup" sound you make when you have them.
any feline can get the hiccups
You can get hiccups by eating food to fast.
My hiccups are dehabilitating.
Hiccups are a spasm of the phrenic nerve
it is rare that gerbils get the hiccups but if they do get hiccups then they receive the hiccups by drinking or eating to fast such as humans
You can have hiccups for 5 minutes or you can have them for life. It depends. There was a man who once had the hiccups for 42 years
Drag the person who has the hiccups onto the bathroom sink, they will drink water, and the hiccups will be cured. If it is the first time that you are curing hiccups, you will receive a trophy.
Everyone gets hiccups.
nope puppy hiccups are not a sign of worms. hiccups in a puppy are perfectly fine dont worry
Hiccups are started when you swallow too much air.
Around 430 million hiccups.
if you have the hiccups it means that its not enough air getting to your brain.
can cortizone shots cause hiccups and what can you do
hormonal changes triggers hiccups in the body
Yes,it is normal for dogs for having hiccups
Hiccup is a noun. Hiccups is a plural noun
A person gets hiccups from taking in to much air and if your laughing and that calls for a lot of air so.... You get hiccups.
Yes. my teacher. she died in class from hiccups.
yes i would know that it DOES cause hiccups XDD
Hiccups are merely spasms in your diaphram; therefore they are not usually dangerous.
Yes. But be careful not to confuse hiccups with thumps or stable vise.