Humans can barely tolerate nausea. We despise the feeling of being nauseated and feel helpless even when we can communicate our discomfort.
Imagine how horrible the experience is for a tiny Yorkie, and you can only guess to find out what is wrong with them.
Common symptoms of nausea include vomiting, yawning, and drooling.
Indigestion is caused by eating food that is harmful to their body. We know it is difficult to resist a cute Yorkie that wants everything you are eating, but it is incredibly detrimental to their health. Indigestion can cause stomach pain, discomfort, lousiness, shaking, uneasiness, etc. Yorkies are an active dog breed, so when you find them reacting weirdly, you can tell something is wrong.
A Yorkie shaking can be a sign of severe pain in their body. It might be hard for us to pinpoint where this pain is coming from because they are efficient at hiding it. Years of evolution have given them the ability to hide their pain; it helps them be safe from predators in the wilderness.
Now, this is rather cute, but some Yorkies shake from overexcitement. This reaction can be triggered by seeing you or other family members after a long time or just squeaky toys and treats. Learning to differentiate between when your Yorkie is excited or scared is essential; you do not want to confuse the two!
If Yorkies are under a lot of pressure, and they start to shake, they are probably suffering from stress. A sudden change in emotions can also be stressful for Yorkie; being happy one moment and scarred for life the next can start a stress-induced response like trembling and shivering.
Discharge from eyes and nose, paired with coughing, fever, trembling, and shaking, are Distemper symptoms. Tremoring is also a result of other neurological disorders like adrenal gland problems, kidney diseases, and liver diseases.