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negli ultimi giorni il mio golden di 5 anni piange spesso. è sempre stato abituato a stare fuori casa (abbiamo il giardino) e non è mai stato un problema, credo sia perchè a capodanno, vista la sua paura per i botti, ha ricevuto molte attenzioni ed è potuto entrare in casa. sta tentando di attirare l'attenzione o sta male?
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Hello Leone! Welcome to the forum - your dog is beautiful! My Italian is not very good, so I will reply in English.

It is possible that your dog became accustomed to the extra attention he received on New Year's eve to ease his fear of fireworks, and that he now wishes to be inside all the time. To be honest, I think that is where a Golden Retriever belongs: inside with his humans, not outside by himself.

However, if in his 5 years of life he has always been an outdoor dog and has never cried as he is doing now, he may be ill or in pain. I would definitely take him to your veterinarian to have him checked.

Good luck, and please keep us posted.
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I thought it said the dog won't come in anymore?

Anyhow, dogs have a very good memory for anything that scared or hurt them.

Poppy had some minor incidents where she got hurt a little and months later, she clearly remembers them and tries to avoid being in that same situation. For weeks she would walk around a fallen tree in the woods instead of jumping over it because she hurt herself one time she did it. With time, patience and encouragement, and letting the dog decide when they are ready, eventually he or she will go back to their normal behavior.
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Vorrei portarlo dal veterinario nel caso in cui e lo hanno controllato per il dolore e anche i suoi occhi. Ha pianto quando ha solo dentro?
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I thought it said the dog won't come in anymore?
Hmmm... that's not how I read it, but as I said, my Italian isn't very good.
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:16 AM
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Mine is probably worse! Oh well!
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The OP is not quite clear. It says that the dog is used to staying outside in the garden but is also allowed to come in the house. I asked if the dog cries only inside. But also advised to take him to the vet and have him checked and also have his eyes checked.
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I hope the puppy made it to the vet. The more I look at the picture the more I see one swollen eye.
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