A sudden loss of appetite or a significant change in eating habits can indicate your dog is experiencing discomfort.
Observe your dog's gait. Limping, favoring a limb, or difficulty in moving can be signs of pain or injury.
Excessive licking or chewing of a specific area can suggest discomfort or an underlying issue.
Uncharacteristic aggression, growling, or snapping may be your dog's way of communicating pain.
Restlessness, pacing, or constant whining can be a sign that your dog is uncomfortable.
If your dog starts avoiding social interaction or doesn't want to be touched, it could be due to pain.
Notice if your dog is holding their body differently. An arched back or hunched posture may indicate discomfort.