Great Pyrenees Shaking Head: Here’s What It Means

It is quite concerning to see your Great Pyrenees shaking their head constantly. Continuous head shaking is not normal and can be a sign that something is wrong.

So, why do Great Pyrenees shake their heads? What are the possible causes and when should you see a veterinarian?

Let’s look into the reasons behind a Great Pyrenees shaking their head, what to do and when to seek help.

Great Pyrenees Shaking Head: Why It Happens

A Great Pyrenees shaking its head can be caused by an ear irritation, ear infection, an allergic reaction, illness, and an attempt to remove foreign objects in the ear. Occasional shaking of the head is normal however when it is sudden and more than usual, it can be a sign of an underlying problem.

Great Pyrenees shaking head

Shaking can also occur on other parts of the body with underlying causes.

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