A persistent cough or sneeze, combined with discharge from the ears, nose, or eyes, calls for a trip to the veterinarian. The cause could be anything from kennel cough to lung disease.
A loss of appetite is a sign that your dog is experiencing a great amount of pain or stress. They could also be suffering from a metabolic, neuromuscular, or heart-related disease.
Instead, make an appointment to find out the cause of the condition. You need a proper diagnosis to get your dog the treatment they need.
Other symptoms that may accompany this include pacing, dry heaving, and drooling.
If your dog constantly needs water, there’s something wrong. It could be diabetes, liver or kidney disease, or an adrenal problem. Excessive thirst and excessive urination warrant an appointment with your vet.
Infrequent urination could mean bladder stones or a UTI. While not immediately fatal, they are painful and uncomfortable conditions that require an exam and medication.
They could have a neurological, musculoskeletal, circulatory, or respiratory problem that needs immediate treatment.