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MilkyLumpkinz
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Ok so I noticed a lot of the time my puppy breaths very heavily an rapid in her sleep, it worries me a bit as I do not know if this is normal at all..her vet also did fear she may have a slight respitory infection an gave her some meds Ive been giving her for the last couple of days.. sometimes she even wakes up with her tongue out of her mouth just hanging there an panting even when its not hot in the house, any advice or input would be helpful..I hope I'm only paranoid but it was be nice to be relieved..here is a vid of her sleeping please let it play a bit so that u can concentrate on her breathing, it looks a little slower on video but it seems a bit faster then it really shows in the vid.. here it is, tell me what you think

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PostSubject: Re: Puppy breathing heavily in sleep (Help) -Video Attached-   Puppy breathing heavily in sleep (Help) -Video Attached- EmptyTue Apr 30, 2013 3:57 am

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Breathing Fast
You may find that your puppy breathes very fast especially when at rest or sleeping. This is normal. As she gets older, her breathing will come down to a slower, more normal pace.

Via: http://www.puppytropolis.com/something_wrong.php

Very many other sites say pretty much the same thing. That it is normal. Smile

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Hope that helps put you at ease! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Puppy breathing heavily in sleep (Help) -Video Attached-   Puppy breathing heavily in sleep (Help) -Video Attached- EmptyTue Apr 30, 2013 10:22 am

my pup does the same thing!! she's just a few weeks older than yours!
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PostSubject: Re: Puppy breathing heavily in sleep (Help) -Video Attached-   Puppy breathing heavily in sleep (Help) -Video Attached- EmptyTue Apr 30, 2013 12:55 pm

Aurora does the same, and I was worried at first also. I asked around and found that it is normal, and now I'm used to it. She pants when she wakes up too.
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I remember thinking the same about Link. I was worried he had a respiratory issue as well. A puppy's heart beats fast and they breathe heavy. They tend to pant a lot too. Link also pants when he has to poop.

None of this means there's nothing wrong with your puppy but it is perfectly possible it's normal and she's fine.

Good luck.
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Very normal. My two still do that sometimes.


If it would ease your mind you could always make a quick vet visit to have them use a stethoscope and check out your pup. I had Tia in not too long ago and asked about the rapid breathing while I was there. She took a second to listen to Tia's heartbeat and said "no problems at all--she's an athlete."
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Thanks so much for the input, I feel much better about it..I watch her sleep every night just to make sure shes okay but now I can feel relieved, glad I did my research an got more responses! muchos gracias ppl Smile
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