So it was my third night, everything is going well, good numbers, getting the mask comfortable, and feeling good during the day.
Now I should say, we rescue dogs, special needs animals nobody else wants. One of our special ones is Grizabella, an old Great Dane that was found abandoned on the street.
Now I have read that you should set your machine lower than your bed if you use a humidifier, so I have a short stand, about 20" tall, next to the bed for my S9. Griz likes to sleep next to me on the floor, next to the bed.
Last night she had gas... really bad gas.
My machine is too low, I need to find a taller stand.
You should lower it more. Embrace the experience. Be at one with the dog gas.
It kind of just grabs you by the nose hairs and hangs on, doesn't it?
My first Saint Bernard introduced me to the concept of fresh dog fart pumped under pressure directly into the nose. The Saint Pyrenees likes to nap right behind my recliner where I have the DeVillbiss on the lower table shelf (4" off the floor). I found that to be a problem last weekend.