All Flat Faced and Small breeds will see the benefits!
Pugs, Boxers, Chihuahuas, Pomeranians, Yorkies, Brussels Griffon, Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, French Bulldogs, Mastiffs, Chow Chows, Pekinese, Lhasa Apso, Shih Tzus, English Toy Spaniels, Cavalier King Spaniels, American Bulldogs, Japanese Chin. Rottweiler. Dogue De Bordeaux,
Brachycephalic dogs have flat faces and were bred this way to closely resemble people and have a comical appeal. Some Bully type of breeds were probably flat faced for the inhumane sport of Bull Baiting. These breeds or type of breeds have issues in hot weather because they cannot draw enough air in via panting to cool their body down and should never be overexercised in the heat.
With excitement, stress or allergens they also have a condition called "Reverse Sneezing" which can be controlled. If dogs have Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome they might have extra long soft palates, narrowed or collapsed nostrils or narrow tracheas (windpipes) and should be monitored by a Veterinarian as it can be dangerous.
Breathing when obstructed is extremely unsettling in dogs and causes panic. Dogs do not know what to do or why it’s happening. Our Easy Breathing System helps to support natural, easy breathing to keep your dog relaxed and secure.
Vet Approved and Recommended
Andrew Turkell, DVM, CVA, CCRT, CHT-V
"Prana Pets has created a tincture that can help, I absolutely support this herbal remedy!"
No Prescription Required -Non-Addictive
Safe to use with current drugs - Starts Working Immediately -Keeps Dogs Calm
Drops may be administered directly into the mouth or mixed with food.
Products May Be Administered Together
Respiratory & Sinu
Use 3 – 5 times daily.
Cats and dogs under 20 lbs: 10 drops.
Dogs 20-50 lbs: 15 drops.
Dogs over 50 lbs: 20 drops
6 Tips on How to deal with Brachycephalic dogs
Take It Easy!
1. These breeds tire easily during exercise so never overdo it. They may cough, vomit or gag during exercise.
Stay Out Of The Heat!
2 .Hot weather is the enemy. Never over-exercise these dogs in hot weather. If they have severe respiratory issues walk them earlier or later in the day when its cooler. Always carry water and it might not be a bad idea to carry a cooling fan or even put a cooling jacket on your dog. Hot weather can cause heatstroke because Brachycephalic dogs cannot draw in enough air to cool their bodies which can lead to vomiting or seizures.
3. When walking your dog use a harness instead of a collar which can inhibit breathing
Stay In Shape!
4. Keep their weight down
5. If you notice your dog is really struggling during heat, stress or exercise meet with your Vet. Your dog could have Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome which can lead to serious respiratory distress, an elevated heart rate and a life-threatening crisis. In some cases surgical options like palate shortening or surgery to open up collapsed nostrils are essential.
No Dog Left Behind
6. Never leave your dog or any in the summertime in a car when its hot even if the window is slightly open. This could kill a Brachycephalic dog
Relieves shallow, rapid and labored breathing associated with Asthma
Reduces respiratory problems linked to stress
Promotes healthy lung functioning
Reduces mucus discharge and congestion from the nose and sinuses
Eases inflammation and discomfort in the sinuses
Opens blocked, inflamed nasal passages for improved breathing
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