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This is a discussion on Fast breathing within the Puppy Help forums, part of the Dog Training and Behavior category; Originally Posted by Abluedog Ha I understand! Im 21 and have always had dogs. I have been shook up because of the last two dogs ...

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Old 02-20-2011, 03:25 PM
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Ha I understand! Im 21 and have always had dogs. I have been shook up because of the last two dogs I rescued, lets just say things didn't go as planned with either of them. So with Zoey I am constantly afraid she is not going to be what I hoped for. Look at my Zoey! thread. I worry sometimes that we are going to miss this puppy stage. Or something is going to go horridly wrong, she had a bad case of diarrhea that I was convinced was Parvo, well it wasn't...

Don't forget to stop worrying and have fun!

I think you and I have got it right tho! Having a puppy when in collage is the best idea ever! Zoey is so well socialized with all sorts of people, bikes, longboards, bells, buses and new smells. Im home more than I would be working and have more time to play and be with her. I assume its probably the same for you :-) By the time we hit "the real world" that everyone is telling us about we will have nice well socialized well loved and well behaved adolescents :-)
Yep, I'm in the same boat! And I also had a parvo panic attack haha.

Just looking at the picture of her from the first day I got her was a reality check--she has already grown so much! She'll be a big girl before long, and you're right, I need to just stop worrying and enjoy her puppy stage.
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Sounds like what my dogs did while sleeping If its just during a certain time like sleeping I wouldn't worry. If she is making any sounds like she is congested (you know the snorting type sounds, not snoring tho) then next time she goes into the vet I would bring it up
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I worry over my babies too, despite having raised 20+ dogs or hybrids from pups. I think any good owner does. the dog is fairly new to you and, it's natural to worry until you really get to know every detail of them.
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