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    Does anyone's bully pant A LOT while in the house? The last couple weeks off and on Dooley will start panting for an hour or so then stop. This only seems to happen in the evenings while we are sitting around watching tv. Strange. Is this anything I need to worry about?

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    Is it after he has been on a walk or been outside playing? Plus what is the temp in the house. It could be, he is just a little hot.
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    72 degrees in the house. I did think about that but its not every night he does this and the temp is automatic set by thermostat. So the house is at a constant temp range. We did not walk this evening and he started panting anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4WHLN View Post
    Does anyone's bully pant A LOT while in the house? The last couple weeks off and on Dooley will start panting for an hour or so then stop. This only seems to happen in the evenings while we are sitting around watching tv. Strange. Is this anything I need to worry about?

    and a pic just because -image-jpg
    Odd are new bully does this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4WHLN View Post
    72 degrees in the house. I did think about that but its not every night he does this and the temp is automatic set by thermostat. So the house is at a constant temp range. We did not walk this evening and he started panting anyway.
    Can you post a video of it?

    it can also be a sign of pain... Banks does this sometimes, and it is how I know her back is bothering her
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    I will have to take a video the next time he does this to post. It almost seems to random to be related to anything but Im no bully expert.

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