To record your dog’s sleeping respiratory rate, tap the heart icon on each breath whilst sleeping.
Keeping a log of the sleeping respiratory rate will help you and your vet to notice any changes, which can be an indication that medication may need to be altered or further examinations performed.
To accurately count your dog’s sleeping respiratory rate (SRR), observe the chest movement of your pet when in deep sleep at home for 30 seconds. One movement up and down equals one breath.
Download and print your SRR record tracker to help record your dog’s sleeping respiratory rate.