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What Causes Heavy Breathing in Dogs?

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The Dog Owner's Home Veterinary Handbook explains that dogs who are exposed to hot temperatures breathe quickly and heavily to exchange warm air for cooler air. However, when the air temperature is similar to the the dog's body temperature, dogs
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