8 Warning Signs That a Dog is Dying

#1 Lack of interest

8 Warning Signs That a Dog is Dying lack of interest

Probably one of the first thing you’ll notice about a dying dog is that Rover is not his usual self.

He has no interest in:

  • Walks
  • Toys
  • Favorite activities
  • Spending time with you and your family

Rover might also seek more comfort than before or start doing things he would normally never do.

So, any abrupt change in behavior should ring the warning bells in your head.

# 2 Fatigue

8 Warning Signs That a Dog is Dying fatiguet

Fatigue is a general symptom, which might be due to numerous medical conditions or just too much exercise.

But a dying dog will be much more tired than a sick one. You can tell by the way Rover refuses to leave his spot or can’t muster the strength to lift his head.

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