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Old 10-02-2009, 11:30 PM
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If the dog is old its possible there is age related pain or dementia is setting in...My pom would have moments of not knowing who we were and hiding like that. Let us know what the vet thinks!



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Keep us posted!!

Basically big changes in behavior can be two things; A medical problem or a big change has occured (Big in their opinion) ie. some change in routine etc.

BEST to rule out medical before brainstorming about what else it could be-we can always work on behavioral things but medical things are serious-and the longer we wait the worse they are/more expensive they are.
I hope everything is OK
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