Regions & Conditions Treated
In many cases a dog suffering from joint biomechanical and muscle problems may not actual show any discernible signs or symptoms-given they can't actually talk they can not directly tell you they are in pain and have a problem.
This is one of the reasons why it may be a good idea to have your dog regularly checked by a Canine Chiropractor for functional joint biomechanical and muscle problems.
The above list is only are guide and is not exhaustive. Spinal & MSK problems can present with many varied signs and symptoms, some sublet and others more overt.
Also in regard to signs & symptoms listed above, while these may related to spine & other musculoskeletal biomechanical & muscular problems as treated by a Canine Chiropractor, they may also relate to or be caused by a number of other health and behavioral problems, some of which may require urgent veterinary attention.
A Canine Chiropractor will remained mindful and aware of other health issues (alternate / differential diagnosis) such as internal veterinary & Orthopaedic veterinary problems.