Continuing our July theme of hunting cases, this week, Amy Zalcman presents a This week's case is a 2.5yo FE Norwegian Elkhound that was hunting yesterday for 2.5 hours. After she came home, everything was normal, but after 5 hours of resting, she had a breathing frequency from 60 breaths per minute and putting her head up and stretching her neck.
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