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Why Does My Dog Pace in Circles?

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Old dogs tend to pace as they begin to lose their vision and hearing. The dog may also pace if it is suffering from arthritis. In this case, laying down may be uncomfortable.
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Take a trip to the veterinarian to rule out any health problems your dog might be experiencing. If the dog is in pain it could pace and circle as it tries to work through its discomfort
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The dog needs to go on walks. It has to have exercise to be balanced.
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One reason dog's pace, or walk back and forth, it to look at their surroundings or "patrol" the
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My dog did the same thing when he had an allergic reaction to a new food we gave him, could there be something in her house that he could be allergic too? Source(s) my own expierence
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