Crying, whining, shaking
I have a 16 month old Male Vizsla who is neutered. He has gone through obedience school, and listens very well, but the past two months have been extremely trying. He cries/whines all of the time. He always needs the tennis ball, and has an obsession with it. (He was a singleton from his parents, and is a purebred.) He has started shaking constantly, and I am not sure if he is excited and or has anxiety? He will have the tennis ball in his mouth, touching me with his paw or back, and will just randomly start shaking and crying/whining.
I took him to the vet today and the veterinarian put him on Prozac. His blood work came back normal in July. Has anyone run into this before? I am wondering if it is a dominance, he is trying to test me constantly, or if this is a larger medical issue and am wondering if anyone else has run into this? I speak to the Breeder monthly, and neither his Mom nor Dad are like this, except they do have anxiety when you are not home, but does not have these actions when he is home.
He gets plenty of walks, he goes to the dog park, and goes to daycare twice a week, so I do not believe it is exercise, but am I wrong?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!