Head Pressing Is a Sign That Your Pet Might Be in Danger

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5This is What Head Pressing Can Tell you About your Pet’s Health

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Our precious furry companions can’t use language to communicate with us. But this does not mean that they are unable to let us know how they feel and what they need. Dogs and cats are particularly gifted in this domain. They are able to express multiple emotions through their behavior. Understanding the mannerisms of your pet is not only important for strengthening your bond with them, but it is also useful in determining if they are safe and healthy. While some of these behaviors are easy to decode, there are a few that have left a number of pet parents puzzled and confused. One of these behaviors is known as head pressing.

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  1. You said it..the trick is finding the competent vet that can diagnose the problem. I have been to most all the vets in my area and find that a problem. Everyone just wants to push drugs and even after you do all the blood work, and radiographs you still don’t get an answer.

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