to either unconsciously vary respiration which produces symptoms of respiratory distress or to perceive breathingproblems... effective which is a long time when you are experiencing breathing difficulties. Perhaps continual...
It sounds like she isn't ready for that fast of a sprint. Here are some basic ideas for speed training. Her coach can guide her in speed training so she will be better able to handle the sprints in her races and games.
What you are describing could be caused by several conditions. The 2 really important points you mentioned are the "struggling to breathe consistently" and that your dog is 10 years old.
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YES! Dr Myrna is right! please get your kitten to a veterinarian! Good luck and would love for you to post when the kitten is stable and doing okay... What you can do is get the kitten to a veterinarian asap. As far as th
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Questions On Dogs and Cats has devoted quite a bit of space to cats and their medical problems... concern in cats, with increased risk of diabetes mellitus, joint disease and other problems. Cat owners...
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? Is your cat'sbreath inoffensive? Don't check a cat's nose to see if it's cold and damp—contrary to myth... and poisonings are a few things that can cause non-responsiveness.
Labored breathing: Respiratory problems...
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and tartar build-up on the teeth may indicate a dental problem. Your cat'sbreath should not be so bad... can signal that your cat has a problem.
Healthy gums are pink, pale or bright; red gums...