Some of us are guilty of being overprotective and overly vigilant doggy parents. We worry about our dogs 24/7, especially if your dog has had a past health issue.
You don't want to transfer your hypochondriac tendencies to your dog, but there are certain signs that are causes for concern. You know your dog best so when something about their habits or personality changes, your natural inclination is to bring him in for a vet visit. It's always better to be safe than sorry even if it can be painful to pay those vet bills!
If you've noticed a change in your dog recently, it could be linked to a thyroid issue, particularly if your dog is of a certain age and breed. Knowing what to keep an eye out for will not only make you feel better, but it'll also help your dog get back to normal sooner.
Head over to the next page to learn the causes, symptoms, and treatments for hypothyroidism in dogs! You might be surprised at some of the dog breeds that are susceptible to the illness!