Thursday, September 27, 2012

My Dog Can’t Express Normal Body Language Due To A Medical Condition

Dogs with medical conditions oftentimes behave abnormally, not expressing normal body language. As a dog owner, you need additional professional support to make this kind of situation work out. There will be changes in how you, and other humans, interact with this dog. That can work out well, or result in a dangerous situation. There will be changes in how your dog behaves around other dogs, and how other dogs react to your dog. That can be a setup for a dog fight. And lastly, medical conditions can change over time, but if they worsen, then you may need to consider euthanasia.

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