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Hi there, this is Dr Linda, a UK based vet.
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Without further information it is very difficult for me to provide the best advice but I shall certainly try.
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This breed are notorious for developing breathing issues due to the shape of their face and their genes. Many suffer with "brachycephalic upper airway syndrome" or BUAS. You may find she is less tolerant of exercise, snores and has noisy breathing. A vet consult is best, ***** ***** say, so they can examine her and determine if her condition is severe enough to warrant treatment.
As it has been humid recently, be extra careful she isn't getting overheated. Frenchies are awful at coping in the heat. Bring her for any walks when it is cool, first thing in the morning. Consider a cooling bed. Ensure she always has shade and cool water when outside.
I hope this helps and please let me know if you have any further questions,