Dogs are sensitive animals and feel a range of emotions like we do. They are excited and happy almost always.
Dogs do feel sad at times. For instance, every time you can’t make time for them on a busy day, they lie miserably in a corner of the house to show sadness.
Separation, loss of a dog sibling or family member, missing an old toy, no play sessions, are some reasons that cause sadness in a dog, say experts.
Though dogs are known to express their emotions vocally, there is no scientific evidence to prove that dogs bring out tears as a reaction to their sadness.
Here are some reasons for dog tears. – Allergies – Cornea Abrasion – Blocked tear duct – Infection – Presence of dirt
If your four legged baby is experiencing teary eyes along with frequent pawing, it is best to consult your veterinarian and get it evaluated at the earliest.