Syncope

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Olivia Mae
Hi I’m new here. I’m just looking for support/advice really. Recently my fur baby has been having syncope episodes(fainting) and it’s been quite traumatic for me. I’ve rushed her to an animal hospital twice in the last week. The Doctor there told us that it’s just common for her breed and I just need to make sure she’s not ever too hot, stressed, overly excited and to basically let her be a princess. I’m just curious if anyone else has experienced this with their fur baby?
 
Hi I’m new here. I’m just looking for support/advice really. Recently my fur baby has been having syncope episodes(fainting) and it’s been quite traumatic for me. I’ve rushed her to an animal hospital twice in the last week. The Doctor there told us that it’s just common for her breed and I just need to make sure she’s not ever too hot, stressed, overly excited and to basically let her be a princess. I’m just curious if anyone else has experienced this with their fur baby?
Hello and Welcome to EBN

Vet was out of line saying it’s common in EB. Fainting can happen in any breed. My son rescued a 4ish old chihuahua . We think he was older cause his teeth were practically all rotten. As he got older, he fainted more n more. If you walked in the house you had to ignore it for a few minutes or he would faint. He pass at 18yrs old.
 
Hi I’m new here. I’m just looking for support/advice really. Recently my fur baby has been having syncope episodes(fainting) and it’s been quite traumatic for me. I’ve rushed her to an animal hospital twice in the last week. The Doctor there told us that it’s just common for her breed and I just need to make sure she’s not ever too hot, stressed, overly excited and to basically let her be a princess. I’m just curious if anyone else has experienced this with their fur baby?
Not normal at all… find a bulldog experienced vet and have his soft palate evaluated
 
My first bulldog fainted. It was only a problem when he was near the pool.
is it just fainting? Or is his tongue changing color or anything else?
 
My first bulldog fainted. It was only a problem when he was near the pool.
is it just fainting? Or is his tongue changing color or anything else?
Her face loses color and her tongue turns a greyish blue. When I took her to the emergency vet the Doctor told me as long as she’s only out for a few seconds and the color in her gums come back that I don’t need to worry. It’s been easier said than done though. My anxiety is at an all time high wondering if she’s going to faint with any noises she makes.
 
I have a boxer that has syncope. I made a vet appointment for her and they immediately sent me to a cardiologist. I know heart issues are more common in boxers (this is my second one with heart issues) but I would definitely have that checked out as fainting is not normal.
 
Her face loses color and her tongue turns a greyish blue. When I took her to the emergency vet the Doctor told me as long as she’s only out for a few seconds and the color in her gums come back that I don’t need to worry. It’s been easier said than done though. My anxiety is at an all time high wondering if she’s going to faint with any noises she makes.
Please get a second opinion and keep us posted. Where are you located? One of our members may be able to give you a recommendation to a bulldog that
 
Hi I’m new here. I’m just looking for support/advice really. Recently my fur baby has been having syncope episodes(fainting) and it’s been quite traumatic for me. I’ve rushed her to an animal hospital twice in the last week. The Doctor there told us that it’s just common for her breed and I just need to make sure she’s not ever too hot, stressed, overly excited and to basically let her be a princess. I’m just curious if anyone else has experienced this with their fur baby?
Id want a second opinion does not sound normal to me does she snort or seem to have trouble breathing?
 
How old is your Bulldog? How big is your Bulldog? Does your Bulldog snore? Does your Bulldog, after moderate activity, have a rattling sound when breathing/panting? Does your Bulldog pee and/or poop when it faints? Does your Bulldog ever puke up food or water when eating or drinking?
 
My first thought was a cardiac issue. If the heart is not working correctly, it can cause breathing problems, shortness of breath, fainting, pale gums, perhaps a rapid heart rate. If the breathing is a problem, it can display the same symptoms. (Same goes for humans which is what I base my thoughts on.) I would definitely get a 2nd opinion.
 

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