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is he eating and drinking normally?
is there any vomiting or diarrhoea?
is he bright and active?
is he showing any other symptoms to you apart from pacing and screaming?
is there any signs of pain from any body parts when you stroke him ?
is there any limping on the legs ?
hi im unable to accept phone calls at the moment, are you happy to continue via text chat?
when he walks, is he able to walk in a straight line and doesnt look wobbly or drunk?
ok thats great, the symptoms are likely due to discomfort or pain, if he isnt wanting to go upstairs this could be coming from the legs or from the back. back pain often causes dogs to be unsettled, pacing, vocalisation or screaming due to spasms in the muscles. the temperature may not be helping this- you may wish to go to the pet shop to get a cool mat or use a fan to help him stay cool. i would recommend keeping him calm overnight and seeing a vet for a full examination in person tomorrow so they are able to source the location of suspected pain - they will be able to provide a full examination and provide painkiller medications
no problem at all, this could be the source of pain
if things worsen overnight then i would advise going to the emergency vets but it sounds like he sounds be ok until the morning to see your local vet before the weekend
hi i hope eddie is doing better this morning, i will close the question though let me know if you have any further concerns
thats great to hear