10 month old Breathing Heavily?

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  1. Cadence A Waller

    Cadence A Waller Registered

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    Hi!
    I have a 10 month old filly named Starlight. The last two days she will all of a sudden start breathing heavily as if she has just run a mile. Then sometimes she breathes normally. She had round worms and I just dewormed her for them 5 days ago. I am now seeing them in her manure. Would the deworming have anything to do with the way she is breathing?
     
  2. slc

    slc Senior Member

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    She needs to be seen by a vet, quickly.
     
  3. Dona Worry

    Dona Worry Senior Member

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    PANIC TIME!

    Few things send me scrambling for answers as fast as a breathing problem. This is an emergency.
     
  4. Mcdreamer

    Mcdreamer Senior Member

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    What did you worm her with?
    Time to call a vet. Stat.
     
  5. Alsosusieq2

    Alsosusieq2 Senior Member

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    Get the vet out immediately. Best of luck.
     
  6. bobo and horses

    bobo and horses Senior Member

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    Tell your parents, as you state you are 13, and strongly insist that they call the vet. Or go some where else to play.
     
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  7. ginster

    ginster Senior Member

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    Just wondering how your horse is doing ..
     
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  8. FluffyThoroughbred

    FluffyThoroughbred Full Member

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    Have her see a vet ASAP.
     

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