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    any drool or drinking of water during that time?
    Nope, just huffing. He's got water always available, and he's not a big drooled, unless he's in the water, or food is being prepared.

    I think he was just hot. I dropped our ac by a few degrees and he got better (we were at 72, went to 70.)

    What's funny is he can always get off the bed and hit the bathroom tiles, but he's a creature of habit, who snores and droops over our feet at night.




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    Banks was like that... Would lay and pant --- ceiling fan helped her at night too
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    Banks was like that... Would lay and pant --- ceiling fan helped her at night too
    We have a box fan at the end of the bed. Once he stopped being scared of it he loved it!


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