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My dog keeps panting and won t settle


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My dog keeps panting and won t settle. What do I do?

I have a 6 month old Chihuahua mix who is small, very underweight, and panting all the time. She goes up to about 35 degrees with the heat, but I have been turning the heat down to as low as 22 degrees. What is going on? She has been like this for a while and has been to the vet who thinks she has heart issues. Could she be allergic to something in the food or environment? I'm very concerned.

I have a 6 month old Chihuahua mix who is small, very underweight, and panting all the time. She goes up to about 35 degrees with the heat, but I have been turning the heat down to as low as 22 degrees. What is going on? She has been like this for a while and has been to the vet who thinks she has heart issues. Could she be allergic to something in the food or environment? I'm very concerned.

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She is just too cold. She is not underweight either. You need to take her to the vet. She could be dehydrated and you're just noticing it.

What is her temperature on her rectal thermometer? Do you have a thermometer on hand? Does it read 35 degrees?

What is her temperature on her rectal thermometer? Do you have a thermometer on hand? Does it read 35 degrees?

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Thanks for the reply. Her rectal thermometer reads 35 degrees on the lower range. We have a thermometer with us. Do you have a recommendation for a thermometer to use? I have been looking on-line for one. We need a reliable one.

If she's panting all the time, you need to take her to the vet for a thorough check-up. If your vet is like mine, they'll just take a quick look, but they need to do a proper health check. They'll tell you if she's OK, or if she needs to be seen by a vet that specialises in heart problems. My vet tells me that if she's panting constantly and seems out of breath, she needs to be seen by a specialist.

I don't know how old your dog is, so it could be that you should keep her overnight in case she needs to be admitted to the hospital, but that's the only real answer.

If you're going to keep her overnight, I'd suggest that you have some milk or baby food to hand.

I'd also take some frozen peas or frozen beans. Freeze some and put them into a bag for her. You'll also need to keep a bowl of water for her in case she has an accident. If she pees in her bed, just put a new sheet over the spot and wash it when she's done. If you have a good water bowl, she'll probably drink water from it anyway. If she has an accident in the house, clean it off with soap and cold water and change the bedding.

If she's panting all the time, you need to take her to the vet for a thorough check-up. If your vet is like mine, they'll just take a quick look, but they need to do a proper health check. They'll tell you if she's OK, or if she needs to be seen by a vet that specialises in heart problems. My vet tells me that if she's panting constantly and seems out of breath, she needs to be seen by a specialist.

I don't know how old your dog is, so it could be that you should keep her overnight in case she needs to be admitted to the hospital, but that's the only real answer.

If you're going to keep her overnight, I'd suggest that you have some milk or baby food to hand.

I'd also take some frozen peas or frozen beans. Freeze some and put them into a bag for her. You'll also need to keep a bowl of water for her in case she has an accident. If she pees in her bed, just put a new sheet over the spot and wash it when she's done. If you have a good water bowl, she'll probably drink water from it anyway. If she has an accident in the house, clean it off with soap and cold water and change the bedding.

Hope this helps.

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Thanks for the response. I don't think she needs to be kept overnight. She just seems to be really cold, maybe she is sick. I took her to the vet a week ago who checked her heart, and she had a temperature and everything checked out fine. I'm just worried that she is not getting enough to eat and getting sick. If there is something to check, is there a thing that can be checked without giving her a vaccine? Thanks.

Thanks for the response. I don't think she needs to be kept overnight. She just seems to be really cold, maybe she is sick. I took her to the vet a week ago who checked her heart, and she had a temperature and everything checked out fine. I'm just worried that she is not getting enough to eat and getting sick. If there is something to check, is there a thing that can be checked without giving her a vaccine? Thanks.

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Maybe it's more about the environment. A cold room will make an animal cold too.

Maybe she is just very underweight. Try putting her on a diet. It may help.

You could try giving her food from a bowl. You'll probably have to feed her once a day. That would also be a better environment.

Also, if she's eating and drinking, she's not sick. Just cold. Cold is very easy to fix.

Maybe it's more about the environment. A cold room will make an animal cold too.

Maybe she is just very underweight. Try putting her on a diet. It may help.

You could try giving her food from a bowl. You'll probably have to feed her once a


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