As much as we try to think only happy thoughts about our fur babies, a dog is bound to experience some pain once in a while. Sometimes he may make it obvious by crying out to tell you something is up. Other times it may not be so obvious, and he ends up unintentionally hiding it.
Don't feel guilty if you discover that your pooch has been in pain for a while. It's sometimes hard to pick up on the signs. However, if you observe your pooch closely and learn about the following symptoms, you'll be able to tell better what's going on.
If you think your dog is in pain just remember you should not delay; take him to the vet and see what's going on. Some of these symptoms could signal you and your pooch that something more significant could be going on.
To learn how to find out if your dog is experiencing pain and what symptoms to be on the lookout for, check out the 10 slides that'll educate you on what you should be aware of.
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