Stress and heat

I have only had my dog for two days. She is a two-year-old female great Pyrenees. Although she’s been in the house with the air-conditioning on she always seems very warm to me. Her ears seem warm her nose is warm. Is this normal for the bread or should I worry

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by: Anon

You’ve only had your dog for two days. This is a very short time for her to be in a new home. She has had some upheaval and is no doubt stressed along with he heat even if you have air.

Make sure she gets to go outside o
n leash in your yard until she has settled in. Pyrs love to be outside, unless they choose to be inside, of course. Heat or no heat as long as they have shade and fresh water.

If she continues to pant which makes you feel something else is going on, have a vet visit.

Here is some information on panting .

Give her time.

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