A. If your pet is having trouble breathing like you describe she needs immediate medical attention and a through exam by your vet, this can be anything from an obstruction in her airway, to primary lung disease, to a serious life threatening pulmonary clot. There is nothing you can do at home to help her and the best thing it to take her in to see a vet promptly so that potential intervention treatment can be implemented to help stabilize her until the cause of this is found. Your treatment options for her can then be gone discussed with the vet to see if there is feasible treatment for her condition.
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