“By noon I hadn’t heard anything, so I called,” Malmquist said in her report to CARES that she made available to The B-Town Blog. “The owner answered and said he was fine and that ‘it’s a process.’ She said she would call when he was ready.” “About 2:30 p.m. she called me and said that I needed to come get my puppy because he was having breathing difficulties,” Malmquist said. “My husband and I rushed there to get him. “When we walked in, he was sitting on the floor struggling to breathe and didn’t seem to notice that we were there when I called his name. She said owner Kathy Graf then shouted his name. He still sat on the floor struggling to breathe. Graf told the Malmquists she “didn’t know what happened and they had the muzzle on because he was biting, but for only 10 seconds or so before they noticed the breathing problems.” While she was telling me about him biting and not cooperating, “I yelled at her to give me my dog so we can rush him Canine's Delight to the vet next door.” “We immediately left and rushed Yoshi to the vet across the street, Burien VCA,” Malmquist said. “They immediately took Yoshi back and did an exam.