12 Warning Signs Every Cat and Dog Owner Should Know

If you’re a pet owner like me, and you love your dog, cats or any another animal dearly, then you’d always want them to only have the best. From the tastiest and healthiest food they can eat to the best grooming and care they can receive, up to the tiniest detail, you’d want to give nothing less than the best.

Sometimes, our pets will not feel like their normal self, and could just be feeling tired, bored or maybe, they can already be sick without us knowing. As a proud owner of four beautiful dogs, I often feel like an over-acting first-time mom who knew nothing when it comes to dogs. I may have cared for many dogs before, but sometimes I can’t help but feel like I am not able to provide my babies with the best especially when it comes to their health.

I do take them to the vet for regular checkups and they are never late for any vet appointments, vaccinations and what not. However, because dogs can’t talk and think the way humans do, they won’t be able to tell us how they are truly feeling.

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Luckily, I found a video that greatly helped me become a better momma to my fur babies. The video talks about the signs to watch out for that can mean your pet badly needs your help.

These are the 12 warning signs to watch out for to know if your pet is already crying for help.

Change in gum color.

Normally, dogs and cats alike have pink gums. It is best to check on your pet’s gums every once in a while as a change in the color of your pets’ gum may indicate a high fever, infection, loss of blood, lack of oxygen or even problems in their liver.

Staring at the wall.

As a pet owner, we know what habits our pets usually have. If you see your pet staring at a wall, make sure to check if there is anything that your dog or cat may find interesting. Is there a fly or any other insect on the wall? If not, try calling your pet by his name. If he or she doesn’t respond or even look at you, this could be a warning sign of a cognitive dysfunction, tumors, head injuries and even stroke.

Breathing problems.

If you find your pet to breathing rapidly with its mouth open, it is best to take it to the vet immediately – most especially if your pet is a cat. Your pet may already have liquid on his chest or even has a heart problem. However, if it did a very physical activity or may have consumed a larger meal than usual, it should not be anything serious.

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