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Tim D

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  1. Good advice. We've kept him really cool and with good airflow too. Seems to have stabilised him quite well. Thank you so much for replying. Very much appreciated.
  2. Hi all - it's outside vet hours here so I'm hoping to get a couple of answers for my friend. Fred is a lab, 10yo, in otherwise good health but has gradually been wearing down. It's very hot where we are. Fred's breathing is rapid and laboured. He's drooling a lot. And when we just took him for a walk he threw up. The vomit was clear with a bit of froth, partially digested food from last night's dinner and some light brown, sticky substance in there as well. The most troubling symptom though is that he stops breathing for about three or fou
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