Breathes with Difficulty en dogs

Also called "dyspnea", it is the unpleasant breathing or a feeling of not getting enough air.

Dog Rocky
Rocky
Rocky, my male dog french bulldog, has breathing hard, loud breathing, and much mucus in the nose
Hi! This time of the year is very common for dogs to catch a cold because temperature contrasts. I recommend you to go to the vet so he can examine him and see if he has a fever or if he has an infection. Probably your vet will recommend X-Ray or blood tests to dismiss other problems. An appropriate treatment will make him feel better! Hope this was helpful and I hope Rocky gets better soon :)
Veterinarian Natalia Sánchez Díaz-Mayordomo
Madrid, Madrid
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Dog Princesa
Princesa
Princesa, my female dog pastor alemán , has breathing hard
Hola primero debe rehidratar por medios tradicionales con sales de rehidratacion (vía oral en casa, metodo que yo le aconsejo) o intraperitonial si tiene conocimientos y llevar prontamente a su veterinario.
Veterinarian Jesus Omar Machin Sanchez
Hialeah , Florida
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Dog Cassie
Cassie
Cassie, my female dog staffordshire bull terrier, has cough, breathing hard, and gagging
Coughing and distended stomach is usually a sign of heart failure, possibly lungworm. i would recommend taking her to the vet ASAP in order to diagnose this condition and start treatment as soon as possible.
Veterinarian David Elbeze
Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
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Dog Sunny
Sunny
Sunny, my male dog pug, has breathing hard, gagging, and wheezing
Well unfortunately Pugs are not physically built for exercise, their oronasal cavity and upper respiratory system are very narrow which makes it more difficult for the air to pass through. I strongly advice not to make him exercise at all, only walks and when it's not hot outside.
Veterinarian David Elbeze
Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
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Dog Levi
Levi
Levi, my male dog yorkshire terrier, has sneezing, cough, and wheezing
Hi. Call them and tell them about it. Get a vet to look at the puppy ASAP. I'm sorry to say this but I would contact an external vet. Their vet has a conflict of interest... Make sure that he doesn't have canine distemper. Dont get him near other puppies. It might be a simple kennel cogh but everything can get serious in a puppy and I prefer to tell you about the worst case scenario. Kind regards.
Veterinarian Irene Silvan
Bozeman, Montana
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Dog Curly
Curly
Curly, my female dog pug, has wheezing and sneezing
Hello! The symptoms you described are too general to give you any advice that will help your dog. You should go to your vet to examine your dog and make basic analysis in order to assess the problem and determine the diagnosis. All the best for you and Curly. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Max
Max
Max, my male dog poodle, has wheezing and noisy wheezing
Hello! These symptoms are very likely an infection. To give you a proper diagnosis and treatment, you should take your dog to a veterinary professional who will determine if it is viral or bacterial infection. If that’s the case, your dog will urgently need an antibiotics treatment. Given Max's advanced age, it would be advisable to go to your vet for a general check-up, since even an occasional vomiting, if increased in frequency, could be a symptom of some underlying medical cause. Sometimes dogs can regurgitate the food just after eating it, especially if they eat very fast, in large quantities or if the food grains are very hard or large. Nevertheless, due to his age it would be recommendable to visit a vet and rule out any serious problem. All the best for you and Max. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Oden
Oden
Oden, my male dog pug, has vomit, lethargy, and white foamy vomit in dogs
Hello! Sporadic shakings and lack of appetite could mean a neurological or infectious problem. You should take your dog to your veterinarian for a general examination that will allow to assess your dog’s condition. It is advisable to perform a neurological examination and an analysis that will help determine the diagnosis. Depending on the results, your veterinarian may value the performance of more specific diagnostic tests. All the best for you and Oden. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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