Health status of the dog

Daily checks to monitor status. check

Like humans, dogs can become ill at any time. In order to detect illnesses and disorders as soon as possible, please have daily skinship with your dog and make sure you know 'what is the normal state for the pup'. If there is any difference from what you have seen before, write down in detail what symptoms are present and how long they have lasted. If you have any concerns, please contact the shop where you bought him immediately.


Dietary check
  •  Food: the amount eaten, how it is eaten
  •  Water: how to drink, amount and frequency

Eating is the best thing for your dog. It is better to be careful if they do not eat their food or if they drink too much water.

When feeding water using a dispenser, the amount of water to be refilled and the time of day should be decided beforehand so that any member of the family can see how much water is being drunk.

Checking for excretions
  •  Urine: quantity, colour, frequency, smell.
  •  Stool: quantity, colour, frequency, hardness.
  •  Vomit: quantity, content, frequency.

Changes in physical condition are often expressed as changes in excretions (especially urine and stools). Stress due to environmental changes can also cause loose stools.

This is particularly worrying when diarrhoea and vomiting occur at a young age, as they have less physical strength than adults. Please contact the shop where you bought your dog before anything serious happens.

Body check
  •  Eyes: eye discharge, opening, colour
  •  Nose: runny nose, clamminess
  •  Mouth: odour, colour, tartar
  •  Ears: odour, dirt, itching.
  •  Skin coat: dandruff, alopecia, itching
  •  Genitalia and buttocks: inflammation
  •  Limbs: claws/paw pads
  •  Back and ribs: overweight and underweight

Just as each person has their own physical characteristics, so does each dog. The important thing is to know what is normal for your dog's health by continuing daily observations and to recognise irregularities as soon as possible.

In addition, wash your hands before and after touching your dog to prevent infection when immunity has not been fully acquired through vaccination.

Symptoms to watch out for. caution

Watery or bloody stools.

Bacteria may grow abnormally due to a weakened immune system. As the condition worsens and symptoms persist, low blood sugar and dehydration may occur.


When vomiting persists, it can be very dangerous as it can lead to low blood sugar and dehydration. When vomiting, do not try to feed the dog by pressure, but allow some time for the food to be eaten.

First-aid (treatment) method first aid

Low blood sugar

White gums, gagging, cramps, drop in temperature in the mouth.

 How to care

Lick high-calorie pet nutritional supplements. (If not available, substitute gum syrup.)


Hollow eyes. When the skin on the back is pulled, it returns slowly.

 How to care

Dilute a human sports drink to about one-tenth its volume with clean water and give it to the dog.

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