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Yes, sorry I forgot to add that part. They did chest x-rays which were normal, and hip x-rays to see if it might be related to anxiety. She has had a luxated patella for years. She is very furry, but it looks like her chest expands while her abdomen is contracting. They also did bloodwork which all came back in the normal range, they were surprised how good it looked considering her age. The vet does think it is an upper respiratory issue of some kind.
As I'm looking at her, I think her chest and abdomen might be moving together. She has trouble when she tries to eat and drink water, she makes pig like noises.
Thank you VERY much for your input!!!!!
Ok, does this link back to the same vet every time?