Surgical procedures are often necessary for dogs to alleviate pain, treat diseases, or enhance their overall quality of life.
As a dog owner, it is natural to be concerned about your dog’s well-being after undergoing surgery. One common observation that may raise alarm is when your dog starts shaking or trembling after a surgical procedure.
We delve into the reasons behind why dogs may experience shaking after surgery. By understanding the potential causes and learning how to respond, you can provide the best care and support for your dog during their recovery process.
Why is my dog shaking after surgery?
Dogs can experience some shaking or trembling after being surgery due to the effects of anesthesia, pain, cold feeling due to low body temperature, and stress. Shaking after surgery in dogs is common and usually non-threatening.