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    Default Re: 7 months english bulldog having hard to breathe please help me

    Sorry, I am WAY late on this post. To me it does sound like a heart or lung problem. I would want to speak to the Veterinarian who did the palate surgery. Surely he checked the heart and lungs before going through with surgery. That would be my first thought. Praying that you baby will be okay, and you will find the answers.
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    Default Re: 7 months english bulldog having hard to breathe please help me

    Quote Originally Posted by mavsfan4life View Post
    This sounds very similar to what we are experiencing with Mayhem. He has had a chronic lung infection. He would get the steroids and antibiotics and feel better for several days or even weeks and then the same symptoms would manifest again. I would suggest taking him to a vet that can provide digital xrays and an ultrasound. They will be able to check out both his lungs and his heart. Best of luck finding the cause.
    I also agree with Cyndi-but I would still like to speak with Vet, who did palate surgery...
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    Sorry I don't have any help or advice here but you have received all that above I just want to Welcome you phpo to EBN and wish you all the best and hope this all gets sorted out for you both

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    Default Re: 7 months english bulldog having hard to breathe please help me

    Quote Originally Posted by bitondm View Post
    tank you all i really happy to see your odds to help me, my puppy wight is great he had the surgery 2.5 months ago, i also think maybe it some infection, he is popping normal, he had x ray last time but we didnt succed to lay him on his back, i thing his food not realted to his condition,i think maybe his loung not so good, its what the vet also meantion" i saw better one" like he said, tommrew i will go again to the vet to hear his opinion i will take video of him after short run and if he wont help me understand my boy, i will go to someone ealse and for sure i will update you all!! tanks again i feel we are like family here its the best feeling i can get!

    I see you from Israel , must be hot there too. You're in a good place here the people will help you, I don't know if you have many bulldog vets in your country, but if you can find one, that would be great. I don't believe its a food problem. I wish you much success with your new baby, hope everything is well today
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    tank you all i also think its related to heart or lounge i prey we all wrong.. he wants to play,run,be happy but its look like he know he had a limit im going to take him to a tests to see what are we need to do to make him live better and happier im promise to consult you all with every info i will get tanks again i really happy to see your great help

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    Default Re: 7 months english bulldog having hard to breathe please help me

    Quote Originally Posted by bitondm View Post
    tank you all i also think its related to heart or lounge i prey we all wrong.. he wants to play,run,be happy but its look like he know he had a limit im going to take him to a tests to see what are we need to do to make him live better and happier im promise to consult you all with every info i will get tanks again i really happy to see your great help
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    Default Re: 7 months english bulldog having hard to breathe please help me

    I had a episodes with my Ace when I first got him. He had this horrible coughing sound. I was fortunate it enough that it went away after 2 days with some antibiotics that ran for a total of 7 days.I thought it was kennel cough after seeing some videos. Vet told me that he had his throat inflamed, therefore, was probably not going to eat much. I would add water to his food to soften it up, and it mthought it was kennel cough after seeing some videos.

    Considering your baby had surgery, and like mentioned on previous posts I would definitely start by trying to get him back in with the original vet/surgeon (if possible). Those Xrays need to be done to rule out any pneumonia or even possible aspiration. You mentioned he eats really fast. I would consider using a slow feeder bowl or adding a slow feeder stainless steel ball to assist with preventing aspiration pneumonia and slow him down a bit. I really hope he gets better and this gets resolved asap! Prayers your way.
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    Default Re: 7 months english bulldog having hard to breathe please help me

    hello my friends im happy to annonce that my EB is much better,i think it was something that related to the season changes..
    he breathe much much better!! he start to be active much more then before im very happy, tanks u all i really happy that we have a place that we could help each other!!
    i change his food to natural balance duck&potatoes my puppy looks much better then his old food (Royal canin EB junior) but he seems to had huge shading that wont stop im adding to his food alaska solomun oil but still he shade for 3 weeks already ,if someone have any idea i would be happy to hear

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    Default Re: 7 months english bulldog having hard to breathe please help me

    Quote Originally Posted by bitondm View Post
    hello my friends im happy to annonce that my EB is much better,i think it was something that related to the season changes..
    he breathe much much better!! he start to be active much more then before im very happy, tanks u all i really happy that we have a place that we could help each other!!
    i change his food to natural balance duck&potatoes my puppy looks much better then his old food (Royal canin EB junior) but he seems to had huge shading that wont stop im adding to his food alaska solomun oil but still he shade for 3 weeks already ,if someone have any idea i would be happy to hear
    So good to hear he is doing better.... Shedding is normal, twice a year they will do was is known as 'blow the coat'. What we do during this time is take them outside and brush them with the Kong Zoom Groom, it gets the under coat and loose fur out and gone. It helps, but nothing stops it
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    Default Re: 7 months english bulldog having hard to breathe please help me

    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    So good to hear he is doing better.... Shedding is normal, twice a year they will do was is known as 'blow the coat'. What we do during this time is take them outside and brush them with the Kong Zoom Groom, it gets the under coat and loose fur out and gone. It helps, but nothing stops it
    Agree, could be blowing the coat which is so common when the warm weather comes. So wonderful to hear that the new food is going good and your baby is doing better!


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