Excessive Thirst in Dogs
Dog thirst, especially if frequent can be a sign of a severe illness like a life-threatening kidney disease caused by diabetes. Other possible illness could be cancer, adrenal disease, and liver disease. Go to your vet if your pet shows signs of excessive thirst.
The dog can’t tell if it’s thirsty but he/she will give you these signs to observe:
- dry nose
- dry mouth
- thick saliva
- dry, sticky gums
- loss of appetite
- loss of skin elasticity
- sunken, dry-looking eyes
Watch out, these signs of dehydration could lead to your pet’s premature demise.
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On a trek
If you’re planning to go on a trek and leave your lovely dog or cat at home, an automatic Pet Drinking Fountain is advisable.
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