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Articles on Pain Management:

Is My Pet in Pain?

 

 

Sometimes subtle changes in what your pets are doing indicate that they may not be feeling well.Since they protect themselves by not looking vulnerable, sometimes it is difficult for those who see them every day to tell that something is going on that is not making them comfortable. 

Treating Pain in Companion Animals

 

 

There has been a clear shift in philosophy toward recognizing pain as both a symptom and, in some cases, a disease entity in its own right.As a result, patient comfort, i.e. timely, appropriate and effective management of pain, is included among the primary goals in compassionate health care. 

What Should I Expect After Anesthesia with My Pet?

Here are some points to help try to address more specifically the anesthetic process and some basic things to expect after anesthesia.