Has your dog suddenly started acting grumpy for no reason?
We might have info to help you!
You may not know it, but even when your dog is physically healthy he could be emotionally unwell.
Now, you’re probably wondering how your physically healthy dog could be emotionally unwell.
You treat your dog like a family member. And, there’s never been any type of abuse. How is it possible?
First, you must understand angry and grumpy pups require care the same way as physically ill dogs.
But, why is your dog grumpy?
And, how do veterinarians holistically treat grumpy dogs?
Grumpy Dog Symptoms
Like I mentioned earlier, sometimes dogs appear to be grumpy for no reason.
For example, maybe your dog has been happy-go-lucky for years, then out of the blue starts acting cranky.
And, you can’t figure out why.
A visit to the vet for your dog’s yearly exam turns up nothing very unordinary.
You do the standard lab tests and everything is pretty much in the normal range.
Then, your dog starts acting more and more agressive. And, you don’t understand why.
He starts going after other family pets that have been long-time pals.
Maybe he’s even acting nippy with the kids.
Sometimes, the grumpiness is due to a physical illnness like liver disease.
And other times, the culprit is an Western-medicinally undetectable energetic imbalance in the liver.
If you dog is grumpy and you can’t figure out why, we highly recommend a TCVM exam.
Take your pup to your local TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) veterinarian for a full evaluation and diagnoses.
How a TCVM Vet Diagnoses Dog Grumpiness
TCVM veterinarians examin dogs a little differently than regular veterinnarians.
They look for different types of symptoms.
For example, a TCVM vet will specifically check for:
- Red eyes
- Wiry pulse
- Purple or red tongue
Finding a good dog trainer is also important for grumpy pups.
How Liver Happy Soothes Grumpy Dogs
The herbal remedy Liver Happy heals grumpy pets by:
- Resolving stagnation
- Soothing Liver Qi
- Clearing Heat
Note: Information on this site is provided for educational purposes only and is not meant to substitute the advice provided by your own veterinarian.