Lethargy - If your dog appears excessively tired or lacks energy, it may indicate dehydration.
Dry gums and nose - Check for dry, sticky gums and a dry nose, as moisture is essential for a hydrated dog.
Loss of appetite - A significant decrease in food intake can be a sign of dehydration.
Sunken eyes - Dehydrated dogs may have sunken or dull-looking eyes.
Panting excessively - Excessive panting, especially when not hot or after exercise, can indicate dehydration.
Skin elasticity - If you gently pull your dog's skin and it takes time to return to its original position, it could be a sign of dehydration.
Dark yellow urine - Dehydration can result in concentrated urine or a decrease in urination frequency.
Dry mouth and excessive thirst - Dogs may constantly seek water or have a dry mouth when dehydrated.