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Because you see your Pei every day you may not notice the changes your adolescent dog is going through. As they develop, the shape of their head changes. There is pressure at the back of their eyes, ears and neck as well as the skeletal system which can cause them great pain and their tail to drop. As they grow into their normal size, this will rectify itself. In the meantime, keep a look out for their eyes and ears and their temperature on a regular basis. This way you can ensure their discomfort and pain is reduced.