Dog Sick Symptom

"Even with an adequate care a dog can still get sick. The sooner you're aware of the sickness the greater the possibility there is to cure it. In this case it's necessary to adopt preventive measures".

How to recognize a sick dog? A healthy dog has a completely normal behavior. It show's it in it's natural way of being, it's good appetite, it's hair and it's look. The see the obvious Dog Sick Symptom Observe your dog closely and try to take it more often to the veterinarian. Later on I will go on to explain some of the behaviors your dog has when it's about to get sick. Likewise, a dog that is well cared for can also get leisure's, get infections or eat something that's not good for it. The following are a couple of symptoms:

Diarrhea, may be caused by something it ate or if it eats snow. Its also possible that the intestinal bacteria is out of balance. The veterinarian should be the one to confirm this diagnosis, as well as blood in it's feces.

Vomiting is not always a sign of being sick; it can be partly the dogs fault for eating too much or too fast. Vomiting frequently can mean that the dog has taken in foreign objects or has suffered an intoxication. Fever along with vomiting means there is an infection. But whatever sickness it may have, it should be the veterinarian who confirms this.

Fever indicates that there is an inflammation or infection processes. The symptoms of fever are; lack of hair shine, nose; humid and hot, eyes; are fallen and it's always tired and hot, more then the usual.

Crawling or dragging itself on it's behind usually means constipation or saturation in the anal glands, worms or an incipient abscess. Scratching and itching can also means it has worms, consult your veterinarian about this as well.

Shaking it's head can mean it has earwax or some strange object in it's ear, for example a pin or stick. Again, consult with your vet.

Limping is a sign of a fracture, leisure, dislocations or arthritis. Other causes: circulation problems, senility, etc.

Coughing and Sneezing are other reactions the dog has to foreign objects that enter the nasal cavity and carbon monoxide. It can also mean symptoms of the flu or tonsillitis. If there is fever there may be an infection, or distemper.

Bad breath is a cause of cavities, gingivitis, bad nutrition or gastritis; consult your veterinarian. Scratching or biting itself repeatedly means it has flees or a…. But you must consult your vet if it scratches itself in places where it is sore. Veterinarians as "Family Doctors"

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