Definately sounds like something serious. The vet is the best route. Usually a general visit is not that bad on the pocket. I know how hard it is to see your pet struggle. Hope it all turns out well for you.
Sorry, agree with the others. Hope your puppy is still around.
It may have aspirated liquid and that is what you are hearing. Not good if it got into the lungs. This puppy may have a cleft palate, which is a birth defect. It really should be checked by a Vet.
Hi, Unfortunately you should take that dog to the vet. It is not something you should muck around with
Hi Lacy & welcome.....Normally, puppies do not have asthma....That said, if your puppy is having a hard time breathing, this is a serious condition that can only be treated by a Vet....You need to do this ASAP as respiratory problems tend to worsen quickly...Good luck to you and your puppy...Please, come back and let us know what you find out....
IMO, this is an emergency that cannot be treated at home.......Karla