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jasmineramsden

Female Join date : 2012-08-04
Location : UK

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PostSubject: Panting and Puffing   Panting and Puffing EmptyFri Oct 26, 2012 10:49 am

Hey guys,

Wondered if any of you have ever experienced this with your pups. I often find kiya panting / breathing quite heavily at night, and when she has been very still for a while e.g chewing on a toy or rawhide. she does not seem at all panicked by this and sometimes sleeps through it but it looks like she has been running around for hours based on the state of her breathing.

the only thing that seems to stop this is making her drink some water. when she was last checked out by the vet he said her heart was fine and each time this has happened I have checked her abdomen to see if she winced and moved her legs around to see if she has any obvious joint problems or painful areas but to no avail.

should I be worried?
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Onyx_Blitz
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Onyx_Blitz

Male Join date : 2012-09-12
Location : Romulus, MI

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PostSubject: Re: Panting and Puffing   Panting and Puffing EmptyFri Oct 26, 2012 12:42 pm

I thought the same thing too when Onyx was a younger pup, because he too would pant heavily at night as we got closer to bed time. Then one night I payed real close attention to him and saw him fighting a yawn, to the point that when he yawned he would stop panting. I think from the point on I figured it was him trying to fight to stay awake, as he only did this at night as well. He really doesn't do it anymore so hopefully she will grow out of it if this is the cause.

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