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Solving Breathing Issues in Brachycephalic Dogs: The Common Causes & New Non-Invasive Solution


Brachycephalic French Bull Dog

Breathing problems can significantly impact the health and well-being of our beloved dogs. These symptoms, from shortness of breath to wheezing or coughing, can be distressing for the dog and their parents.

Understanding some common causes behind breathing difficulties in pets is essential for proper management and seeking appropriate solutions. In recent years, nano-bubble oxygen water has emerged as a potential aid in supporting various health issues. In this article, we will explore the causes of breathing problems in pets and discuss how OxyPet's new nano-bubble oxygen water can be a part of the solution.


Identifying the Common Causes Breathing problems in dogs can stem from various underlying factors. Some of the common causes include:


Brachycephalic English Bull Dog

Breed Bone Structure: Boston Terrier, Boxer, Brussels Griffon, Bullmastiff, Cane Corso, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Chinese Shar-Pei, Chow Chow, Dogue de Bordeaux, English Bulldog, French Bulldog, Japanese Chin, Lhasa Apso, Pekingese, Pug, and Shih Tzu, are prone to breathing issues due to specific anatomical features and genetic factors. These breeds often have shorter snouts, narrower airways, or elongated soft palates, which can lead to difficulties in breathing and reduced oxygenation.

Allergies: Pets, just like humans, can be allergic to certain substances, such as pollen, dust mites, and certain foods, leading to respiratory distress.

Respiratory Infections: Bacterial, viral, or fungal infections affecting the respiratory system can cause coughing, wheezing, and difficulty breathing.

Asthma: Dogs can develop asthma, a chronic inflammatory condition that constricts the airways, making breathing challenging.

Heart Disease: Certain heart conditions can cause lung fluid buildup, leading to breathing difficulties.

Obesity: Excess weight can strain the respiratory system, making breathing more laborious for dogs.

Seeking Pet Health Care: When a pet experiences breathing problems, it's crucial to consult an animal health care professional or veterinarian for a diagnosis. A thorough examination, including a medical history review, physical examination, and additional tests like X-rays or blood work, can help identify underlying causes.

Welcome OxyPet: A New Non-Invasive Solution

Brachycephalic French Bull Dog

OxyPet nano-bubble oxygen still spring water is an advanced natural health product which can uniquely support towards solving pets' respiratory health. This water contains tiny oxygen nano-bubbles several times smaller than a red blood cell. They are easily absorbed by the body, helping to naturally improve the flow of red blood cells. Improving blood flow can aid in relieving respiratory distress and supporting pets' overall well-being.

OxyPet can be a valuable tool in supporting a pet’s breathing issues as it is 100% natural, and the additional oxygen is bio-available, meaning there are no known side effects. The nano-bubble oxygen in OxyPet has also been independently clinically proven by leading professors in human trials to be twice as fast, improving blood flow and skin oxygenation. It's safe and non-invasive; you only need to change your dog's drinking water. OxyPet is also much smoother to drink due to its increased oxygen content, with the natural smell of spring water and no forever chemicals, meaning it's a win-win for your dog's taste buds and health needs.


Brachycephalic French Bull Dog

Some considerations include the following when supporting your pet's breathing:

  • Consultation with a pet healthcare professional

  • Administration: Put the OxyPet in a new bowl and allow their instincts to drink this nano-bubble oxygen spring water. Yes, that’s correct; it’s in the form of natural spring water.

  • Monitoring and Evaluation: Regularly assess your pet's response to the product and observe any improvements in breathing, energy levels, or overall comfort.

  • Try it for 90 days to see if it supports their breathing.


Conclusion


Breathing problems in your dog can be distressing, but we can help alleviate their discomfort and improve their quality of life. OxyPet nano-bubble oxygen spring water can be a potential aid in supporting respiratory health.


A recent home study took place with a leading Facebook group called "No Bull", which looked to help solve breathing issues in brachycephalic dogs. Ten bulldog types that were all struggling with breathing were selected. All confirmed improved breathing in 30 days from a 60-day trial by consuming OxyPet. This product does not replace other forms of pet health care.


Always consult a healthcare professional to evaluate breathing and respiratory challenges comprehensively.




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