Dogs are sensitive animals, they cry when they are depressed and there is a slight difference between crying and barking. There are a number of reasons why they cry, the reasons are almost the same as the reasons why they bark. When it comes to diarrhea, you’ve certainly heard and seen stories of dogs doing mean things in public. No matter how much a dog is toilet trained, when he gets diarrhea there is no way around public shame.
A dog may cry for one or more reasons including fear, hunger, emotional and physical pain. A dog’s emotional pain is the result of their fear. When a dog is injured, it also lets out a cry. Just as people cry when they have nothing to eat, dogs would cry too. We all know that a dog is man’s best friend and it’s amazing to see a dog share his master’s grief. Dogs are so attached to their masters that they become part of the family, and when a family member is in pain or dies, the dog is affected too. A dog senses its master’s feelings as they are many times more sensitive than a human. Because dogs are very sensitive creatures, a change in their master’s tone or face sends a strong message to them. They become just as anxious as humans and they cry when separated from loved ones.
As always, there are multiple reasons why a dog gets diarrhea, just like there are multiple reasons why humans get diarrhea. The reasons can be irritated intestines, changes in diet, stress and excitement. A dog’s intestines can be irritated, he will vomit and if it’s anywhere in his digestive tract he will resort to diarrhea. A dog will also get diarrhea from too much excitement or stress. His stress is usually accompanied by diarrhea, barking, whimpering, howling, and foaming at the mouth. Changing your dog’s diet can also cause diarrhea. Dogs that have been bred in particular are very sensitive and changing their daily diet leads to diarrhoea. You have to be careful when feeding a dog.
When trying to stop a dog from crying, punishment is never an option as in many cases it can backfire. There are many empathetic ways to calm your dog down, such as positive reinforcement, leaving a proxy, giving a dog its own space, and praise. If a dog is comforted in times of grief, it will not cry. A dog will not miss his master so much if he can smell the presence around him.
Diarrhea is not very serious and can be alleviated by keeping track of what he’s being fed, feeding him the right type of food for his age, making water a part of a dog’s daily diet, feeding him squash, and making chicken soup with it. The bond between master and dog is very deep and needs nurturing.