Dogs do things all the time that we humans might seem a bit odd, so it is not surprising that we also might miss unusual behaviors, which could actually be life threatening.
If you notice your dog or cat pressing their head against a wall or other object for no apparent reason, your pet could have a dangerous medical condition, which warrants an immediate medical assessment. This is called “head pressing,” and is characterized by the action of pressing the skull against something solid for extended periods of time. This behavior indicates a neurological condition or damage to the central nervous system. Other behaviors and symptoms related to this condition include pacing in circles, getting stuck in corners, staring at walls, unresponsive reflexes, seizures and vision problems. Read more about Head Pressing