8 indicators mean that your dog needs a veterinarian

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8 indicators mean that your dog needs a veterinarian

Dogs cannot communicate, which makes it difficult for us to understand the need for dogs to go to a vet clinic, as the presence of ill health in the dog can be understood through some clear indications that you must know to act quickly in these cases.


There are many symptoms and behaviors that will clearly tell us that our dog needs medical attention. Some of these symptoms may indicate that they are severely ill.

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Here are some signs to watch out for:


1. Isolation and sitting alone



Dogs are the best when it comes to showing their feelings. But you as the owner can always clarify if your furry dog ​​is happy or if there is anything wrong with it. They will always express their happiness and happiness because they really enjoy doing something. They will not participate in any activities. They will stop playing. The worst-case scenarios happen when they don't even enjoy your presence. Notice if your dog stops wagging or purring their tails. All this may mean that deep within them they feel emotional upset and sadness. Usually the last stages get the dog to create distance with his human being, but it is up to you to clear the gap and rest them.



2. Their movement in the belt is unbalanced


Just like humans, the older a dog gets, and the closer they are to death, their movements will become less coordinated - so much so that there is no coordination at all and they cannot move on their own without the help of someone securing dog care.


This is an important reason why dying dogs tend to stay in one place all the time because they cannot find them within their strength limits to go from point A to point B on their own anymore.


3. Loss of appetite for eating



Most dogs have a healthy appetite: mealtime is one of their favorite times of the day and they can't wait to eat. Even if your dog is less enthusiastic about eating, you still realize that your dog enjoys eating it to some degree (as we all do).


If you notice that your dog is eating less or not eating at all, then there is a chance that he will show signs of increasing weakness as they near their end. Again, however, this may also be a sign of an unrelated disease or condition, so seek veterinary care if in doubt.


4. Difficulty breathing



You will often notice that your dog finds it very difficult to catch his breath as easily as they used to before, and their breathing is now somewhat shallow. You will also notice that it takes much longer between one full inhalation / exhalation and the next.



5. Reduced heart rate



A sick dog's heart rate will also go into a downward slope of gradual decline, dropping from the usual range of 100-130 beats per minute to 60-80 beats per minute.


Besides the fact that the more of these aforementioned symptoms your dog exhibits, you can always ask your veterinarian to take a look at your dog as well.


6. Abnormal marks on the skin



Due to the usual dehydration that a sick dog suffers from, you will also notice that the quality and condition of the skin and fur are getting worse day by day. Look for their skin that will be dry.


7. Tooth decay or abnormal mouth odor



 The condition of their teeth would not be better. Their gums will be visibly pale, and the pink color they were used to in the past indicates that healthy gums will now be gone. Signs of a sick dog.



8. Your dog does not eliminate its need in its designated place



No matter how well trained your dog is when it comes to controlling bowel movements, whether it is defecation or urination, a dying dog usually has incredible difficulty controlling their bowel movements.

This means that they may "go" suddenly, regardless of where they are, whether it is in the area of ​​ pottery or not, because this is something they cannot control at this stage.


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