Signs of poor health are important signs of your dog’s health status. For example, your dog may have nasal congestion if he has nasal discharge that doesn’t go away. If the discharge is thick, then sometimes the dog may have pneumonia.
If your dog vomits once or twice occasionally, then this may not be of any concerned. However, if the dog vomits numerous times and he does it regularly, then this is worth taking a closer look at. A dog may continue itching itself and if this happens, then they will need to be looked at by a professional because they will inspect the skin and see what is causing the itching. You can also inspect the skin because you may come across lice or ticks, which may look normal if you look at them from a distance, so it’s important to look at the dog’s skin up close.
If a dog passes loose stool on a continuous basis, then he may be suffering from bowel disorders. If he only does it once or twice, then there’s probably nothing to be concerned about. However, if a dog doesn’t pass stool for 2-3 days, then you’ll want to have his digestive system checked out by a veterinarian.
You want to take the time to observe your dog’s movements. If he is limping, then check for liaisons on his foot. If he is reluctant to walk and he throws up often, then he may have nephritis, so bring him to a professional to rule it out.
If a dog has witness in its eyes, then it may be due to diseases such as trypanasomosis. If a dog bites its owners, then he may have a certain type of disorder or rabies.
Regardless of what you think your dog has, make sure you bring him to the vet. They will inspect your pet and let you know what’s wrong with him.