Warning Signs Your Dog is in Pain

 Whining or Whimpering

 Your dog may vocalize with cries, whines or whimpers when hurt or injured.

Excessive Licking  

Dogs lick or bite at painful areas on their body to try soothing it.

 Aggression or Irritability 

Your normally friendly dog may snap or growl if touched when in pain.


Dogs retreat and hide when they are hurting to avoid contact.


Having trouble getting comfortable signals your dog is in distress.

Mobility Issues

Difficulty with stairs, stiffness, limping indicate pain on movement.

Behavior Changes

A typically energetic dog suddenly sleeping all day could mean illness or injury.

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