I’ve just recently rehomed a bulldog and taken him to get a check up at the vets. The previous owners said that they had done the same (they didn’t have him for long) and he was healthy. For the most part, he is very healthy - breathing, skin, etc...but he has been diagnosed with a level 5 heart murmur, so potentially the previous owners might have lied a bit and that’s why they were getting rid of him. I don’t know, I tend to give people the benefit of the doubt too much. My question is, is it possible that stress has caused a minor heart murmur to get worse and more obvious? Maybe the previous owners knew he had a minor heart murmur but nothing to worry about. And then him changing homes and waiting for the vet, and then being taken away from my for a check up (thanks, new Covid rules), have all contributed to him being more stressed than usual? He is also peeing in his bed. Not in the house, but just in his bed. He’s done this a few times now. At first we thought he might have been claiming it, but maybe this is also a sign of stress? I’m a bit of an optimist so I’m hoping maybe all of the above might be true, and we just need to keep an eye on him, get his weight down (bit overweight too....) and exercise him slowly and he’ll have no further issues. Can anyone shed some light or have any more info?