You should alert your veterinarian if your dog exhibits any unusual behavior, including the following symptoms: • Vomiting, diarrhea, or excessive urination for more than twelve hours. • Fainting. • Loss of balance, staggering, falling. • Constipation or straining to urinate. • Runny eyes or nose. • Persistent scratching at eyes or ears. • Thick discharge from eyes, ears, nose, or sores. • Coughing or sneezing. • Difficulty breathing, prolonged panting. • Shivering. • Whining for no apparent reason. • Loss of appetite for 24 hours or more. • Weight loss. • Dramatic increase in appetite for 24 hours or more. • Increased restlessness. • Excessive sleeping or unusual lack of activity. • Limping, holding, or protecting part of the body. • Excessive drinking of water.