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    Default Re: Short and quick breaths

    Quote Originally Posted by GatorRay View Post
    I don't have any suggestions but wanted to say to please keep us posted on what it turns out to be.
    His breathing has been back to normal the past couple of nights, which is a huge relief. His hives have disappeared as well. I should've mentioned that the shortness of breath was most noticeable when he's asleep. I think the average should be 20-30 breaths / minute and he was averaging 45/minute. Eating, pooping and everything else was normal and the daycare didn't find anything unusual when he stayed for a day.

    I googled it and found in another forum (I know, don't kill me! ) that a couple of bulldogs were experiencing the same problem and they say it may be due to the high allergy season. I'm still keeping a close eye on Stig though, just in case.

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    I hope the stig meister is ok!!! I would keep a careful watch over the next couple of days, and if it happens again maybe take him to the vet just for a check up!

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    I am so glad that you posted that he was ok! I would completely believe that it was allergy related. Seasonal allergies can cause so many things. My youngest daughter has asthma related to seasonal allergies.

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