Out of the blue Yelps
I am concerned about Bear. The last couple of days he'll yelp, for no reason at all. I played with him, patting everywhere, shaking his legs, and tail, to see if it triggered it, but he didn't yelp at all. I thought maybe his toenails were getting caught in the carpet, they do need to be clipped, but, later, he was just laying in front of the fridge and yelped. I noticed he did have tapeworms again, and started treating them, again.
Can they cause pain? His yelps started before we started the treatment, so I don't think it's a reaction to that. Today, he was laying in front of the couch and yelped, then started scratching his belly with his hind leg, about like he's strumming a guitar when we rub his belly.
Wife had wondered if maybe he swallowed some gravel from the drive, he's bound and determined to carry one stone for his walk, even after we get him to drop it, he'll find another one down the road. In every other aspect he is fine, he's still playing, eating, running, no signs of pain, but out of the blue, there's a yelp again. I am taking him to the vets on Friday, but not sure what they can do if he looks and acts perfectly fine while he's there. So, I thought it was best to post, and ask you, the experts!
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Bearclaw Von Wiefelspuetz (Bear) - GSD 06-27-09