Vibration is a symptom that can have many different physical or mental causes. Let’s search together for more leads.
If you answer NO to all of the questions below, there may not be much to worry about. Do not worry too much, but keep an eye on your animal without being aware of it.
Does your dog have a fever ?
A resting dog has a breath of 10 to 30 times per minute, a regular heart rate of 60 to 120 times per minute, and a temperature of 38.0 to 39.0 ° C.
Does your dog eat less or more ?
Eating more or less than normal, eating with long teeth or skipping a meal may indicate problems of many organs. If the problems do not go away, you should contact a veterinarian.
Does your dog surrender ?
A vomiting is not a problem, but if your dog regularly vomits, if the vomiting does not disappear by itself or if your dog is getting sicker, it is wise to go to a veterinarian.
Does your dog have diarrhea, constipation, does his stomach bump or does he breeze ?
These complaints may indicate abdominal pain.
Does your dog arrive or does it fall off ?
Dogs that arrive are eating too much, moving too little, retaining moisture or possibly suffering from a slow thyroid gland or Cushing’s disease.
Dogs that lose weight, without the intention, get too little food or have a disease among the members.
Does your dog drink more than usual ?
Drinking a lot can have more than fifteen different causes. Drinking is usually not bad, if the animal is still eating.
Does your dog have trouble running, playing or jumping ?
If your dog used to, but not now, there may be a problem with the back or legs.
Also nervous as myasthenia gravis and abnormalities in the blood as a layer of sugar, low calcium, anemia, eva. will lead to reduced stamina and vibration.
Does your dog hear or see less ?
This may be the cause of the vibration. Consult with your veterinarian or to do something about this. In the case of cataract, for example, the lenses of the eyes can be replaced.
If you answered all questions with NO
Then there are no clear indications that your dog is ill.
Do not trust it, make an appointment with a veterinarian and have it checked your dog again.
– If your dog stops vibrating when you get up and run to the feeder or front door, are exuberant and happy, you do not have to worry. He felt like eating or energy. Celebrate life!
– Your dog may be anxious or is very shocked. Fireworks and thunderstorms are experienced by many dogs as exciting and can be the reason to start vibrating. Veterinary visits sometimes have a vibrating effect in the dog. There are many other causes that give a similar (shock) effect in the dog. Suddenly cheers at a football match for example. By setting yourself up as a leader, demonstrating that life goes on and that there is no reason to be afraid, you can prevent your dog from being frightened by these kinds of sounds. Do not comfort your dog, this reinforces the feeling in your dog that he is rightly afraid. Train your dog. Go play with a ball or give him something tasty and see if nothing is wrong.