Pregnant dog panting and breathing heavy

Pregnant dog panting and breathing heavy

I have been caring for my little 2 month old Yorkshire Terrier from the time she was born. The only problem I have is that she is panting and breathing heavy after a few minutes at the end of the day. This can happen in the morning as well.

I have taken her to the vets and they say it could be a problem with the kidneys. But, I'm not sure.

I've been searching for a solution and have found a lot of people on here saying the same thing, so I've joined and I hope that someone can help me find out.

She has a heart murmur. Her echocardiogram looked fine.

She has a small, soft, lump on the right side of her heart. This looks normal.

She does not have a cough, but she might cough out her tongue.

She is on BIDAX due to kidney problems and antibiotics. I also feed her small puppy dog snacks every hour. The vet has put her on a diet, and I know this because I read it on the bag.

Has anyone else had this problem? Is there any way to help her?

There is some concern that she has enlarged heart. There is no doubt she has a murmur but it is small and the vet tells me the other heart abnormalities are not there. She may have a kidney problem (and the small lump is not a tumor). It would be something which is in the blood and she could be anaemic.

This is my second rescue dog. The first one died of renal failure, but I was told that my pup has many other problems too. She is otherwise very well.

Please help me out with suggestions for me to treat this problem before she is a sick puppy. I'm a bit worried.

Thanks for your thoughts and comments. I am so grateful.

I hope that someone can tell me what to do.

I need to know by the end of the day.

I love her, but I do not want her to die of this.

She is so small and adorable, I'm afraid I'll just end up taking her home if I find out that the cause is small lump of fur in her heart.

I know you said you think the problem is an enlarged heart. I'm concerned that it is in the heart and not a tumor. Can you tell me the difference?

I had a small lump in my chest and my surgeon said it was a hernia. He asked if I was going to show my husband and I said of course. He said it was probably from overfeeding. That did not comfort me because if he told me that, why would he tell me it was not a tumor.

He said I could have an abscess or a heart problem. The lump was on the left side, but if the lump was a hernia, why was it so close to my stomach, which is a weak spot in the abdomen?

She doesn't act like she's in pain, so I don't want to hurt her more by finding out if she has a heart tumor.

I love her so much. When she has her head out, I pet her tummy and say, "I love you. I love you." I say it so much, I am starting to say it out loud. I don't even know if that helps.

I also say, "I'm so sorry you don't have a mother. You're going to be a beautiful cat, though." And she purrs.

I read everything you write. I've read all of your posts. I've been trying to learn what it's like to be you. You seem to be handling all of this the way I would want my family to handle it. It's just that this is so painful to me.

It's like what you said in one of your posts, when you said you are trying not to give the disease more power. I don't have the strength to go to the vets to see if she has an enlarged heart. I don't want to see it.

So please tell me:

If you found out a lump was a tumor would you say anything to her?

What if a tumor was in her heart and you had a small chance of finding it?

I'm worried that you will do something that is bad for her. I'm worried you will think you don't have to say anything.

Is it wrong that I am worried you will do something that is wrong for your family?

I'm going to try to calm myself down and ask all these questions later. But I can't wait. I have to know if you will tell her something.

You know, I just can't think about this right now. It's not even the right time of the day. So please forgive me for not being good company.

I'm so sorry about your friend. I'm so sorry about your family. I'm so sorry about all of this.

I'm trying to learn how to be a good dog. I'm trying to learn how to be a good person. I'm trying to learn what it's like to be you.

We have a dog now. He's a Labrador. We picked him up at the animal shelter. I named him George. But we found out he's blind in one eye. He's getting a corrective operation. He's not doing well.

I worry that maybe he won't live.

I worry that maybe his eyes will get infected.

I worry about his breathing.

I worry about his pain.

I worry about how long he'll live.

I don't want to be a poor dog.

I want him to be a good dog.

A part of me would like him to be a good person.

But there's this other part of me that wants him to be a person.

A person who doesn't have eyes.

A person who will never learn anything.

A person who will never find a place in the world.

Please don't be this person.

Please don't be a poor dog.

Please don't be a blind dog.

Please don't be a sick dog.

Please don't be this dog.

I can't help it.

I can't help it.

I can't help it.

But you can.

You can help me.

You can help this dog.

Please be a good person.

Please be a good dog.

Please be a good person.

You're my person.

You're my dog.


Thank you for reading my story.

Thank you for reading this.


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