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Grumpy Dog

Discussion in 'Dogs - all breeds / types' started by shark, Apr 5, 2004.

  1. shark

    shark New Member

    My dogis
    Really grumpy, she is a black lab the only living thing she gets along with is my other dog (wire haired dachshund) she sometimes is mellow but most of the time she is super grumpy

    what sould i do?
  2. Mary_NH

    Mary_NH New Member

    maybe a vet check is in order...there might be a physical reason why your dog is grumpy - might not be feeling well or is in pain
  3. nern

    nern New Member

    I agree with Mary. A grumpieness could be an indication of a health problem. How old is she and how long as she been acting grumpy?
  4. shark

    shark New Member

    all her health problems are a weak stomach

    she seems to get along with me sometimes especially when I
    feed her right away all the time and she is about 9 and 1/2
    all though it does sometimes seem like she is uncomfortable
    when she sleeps in her chair but she is more happy and mellow
    when she sleeps on her pillow

    Might this be the reason?
  5. shark

    shark New Member

    She has been grumpy ever since we got the dachshund and even worse since the new dapple ( both of them are dapples) and all of them get :kiss_heart: and :love_y_t_much:
  6. loves-da-pits

    loves-da-pits New Member

    If she was the first dog, maybe she doesn't think she's getting the all the attention she did at first. Some elder dogs get really grumpy when it come to sharing attention with the younger dogs. If a vet check comes back good, more than likely that's what it is. If the elder dog has been really a sensitive dog in the past, then attention is a serious matter to them.

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