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Home Remedies for a Dog Struggling to Breathe

Home Remedies for a Dog Struggling to Breathe

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Dogs of all breeds, sizes, and ages can potentially experience problems with their breathing, but generally, this issue is more associated with deeper chested breeds, including Bulldogs, Bullmastiffs, American Pitbulls, and the small deep-chested dogs such as Pugs and Boston Terriers.

For these breeds, not only can everyday breathing problems and allergies be a problem, but if they contract canine bronchitis as a secondary infection stemming from infectious kennel cough, breathing problems can worsen and last longer.

If you want to ease the suffering of your breathless dog, these all-natural at-home remedies may help. The treatments are designed to make it easier for your dog to breathe and pass the mucus that can collect in their lungs, thus keeping airways clear and breathing easy.

If you are concerned with your dog’s breathing, please contact your local veterinarian immediately.

Honey

Honey is a known respiratory reliever and works exceptionally well in dogs when combined with a few other natural ingredients, such as dandelion, which is rich in vitamins, licorice root to stop swelling in the respiratory cavity, and lemon, which can help stop lung spasms in dogs and humans.

Humidifier

Humidifiers are an excellent way to chase off bronchitis and a variety of other breathing problems in both dogs and humans and have been used for decades with exceptional results for both. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to find a good humidifier.

Simply place it on the ground near where your dog sleeps at night and/or during the day, and you should start to see some positive results within about a week or slightly less.

Remove your dog’s collar

Dogs with breathing problems can suffer seriously hampered breathing as a result of a collar, even if it isn’t on too tight. A collar can make them feel restricted and therefore may worsen their cough and the ensuing spasms. For this reason, if you have a dog with serious, regular breathing challenges, consider outfitting them with a harness instead.

Keep your dog’s teeth clean

Regularly brushing your dog’s teeth can actually keep all kinds of infections at bay by ensuring that their oral health is good, which in turn will keep the heart and lungs in good health as well. You can make brushing your dog’s teeth a daily habit just before dinner time, and this will also help you do an up-close and personal check-in on how well your dog is breathing today.

Try LungGold Natural Lung Support for Dogs

LungGold is an all-natural supplement for dogs suffering from canine bronchitis and/or other respiratory difficulties. To overcome these breathing problems in dogs, LungGold’s patented formulation is a combination of natural herbs and Vitamin C, meaning you won’t have to concoct our own remedy from scratch.

Designed by a holistic veterinarian to boost resistance to harmful bacteria and viruses and reduce swelling in the bronchioles and bronchi, LungGold is one of the most effective all-natural dog bronchitis remedies of its kind. It can be given regularly without causing issues for your dog – or even your cat, and each bottle will last you a while. It’s well worth keeping a bottle in the medicine cabinet, just in case.

Last updated on September 27, 2020 11:24 am

If your dog is struggling to breathe, and not improving, please visit your veterinarian.

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