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Thread: How to tell the signs your pet is in pain

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    great info.... thanks for pulling together and posting it
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    Excellent info-- I always say not eating/drinking is my most obvious sign them an immediate temperature check too since we are talking about bulldogs- refusal to eat is not good!!


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    Really good info there! I'm going to sticky this for a while so it doesn't get lost down below.
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    Great info! Usko has been in pain for few times and I can tell right away. He is sort of walking low, but on his tip toes, back arched, stiff and locking at me very sad. Horrible to see him in pain.

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    Thank you for that information. When Max isn't feeling well (or is in pain) he is clingy, needy & listless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnA View Post
    Thank you, still having the limping of Otis's front leg here so good advice to keep an eye out for. Hard to determine as he is ALWAYS needy, whinney....lol
    This. Good timing. Thank you!


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    Default Re: How to tell the signs your pet is in pain

    Another sign....hypersalivation.


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    Thanks for the info, our buff has never really whined, yelped or anything, when she got a skin scrape for a test once she licked my a ton while it was happening thats the only time i ever thought she was in pain, thats what made it hard to understand if her weak back legs and falling was arthritis or not and we couldnt tell if she was in pain, thank goodness we found out its something else and she hasn't been in any pain she just has trouble getting signals to her legs to work sometimes. good to know what to look for if she is in pain though

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