Coco – a 1 year old entire male pug was referred to the Northwest Referrals with a history of respiratory issues. A CT scan was performed and lung lobe torsion was diagnosed of the left cranial lung lobe (Fig. 3.1, 3.3). In many cases this is idiopathic in pugs and the lung lobe was removed (Fig 3.4). A chest drain was placed post-surgery and the patient was hospitalised for 48 hrs and was discharged to their own vets afterwards with a course of antibiotics and analgesia.