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    Night terrors?
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    kmorgan10 posted:
    My english bulldog puppy just turned 12 weeks old this week, and a day after his 3rd round of shots he gets hit with an upper respiratory infection. I've had him sleep in bed with me so i can hear him if he needs anything since the first night. He's going on day 3 with the infection and every night so far in the middle of the night he will wake me up screaming at the top of his lungs continuously until i got up and turned on the light to comfort him. My husband works nights and said he did the same thing to wake him up around 4 in the afternoon too. Since his infection he's also started bobbling his head (like a head tremor) while just sitting there. He doesn't act like he notices it but it's kind of concerning how it just popped up. Are these things i should worry about? I feel so bad for the little guy! Thanks.
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