Q. My dog is wincing and crying and I don't know why. I have checked his whole body and massaged him to see when he could react to a certain area

A. There could be something internally wrong. A vet should be seen for a work up to check that his organs are functioning normally.

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A. You should see a vet to check what is going on. There can be some hidden interal trauma, behavioural issue, general disease. Maybe some further examination is necesaary to find the cause

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