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Posted on 09-12-2017
Have you ever wondered if your pet is in pain? It's not always easy to tell. This month at Dr. Nina's Animal Hospital, we want to honor Animal Pain Awareness Month by sharing important information about pets in pain with our local cat and dog owners in the Sarasota and Parrish, FL area.
If you notice any of the following behaviors in your pet, then it's possible you are dealing with a cat in pain or a dog in pain:
Of course, many of these behaviors may also indicate a problem other than or in addition to pain. So no matter what, you should speak with your vet if your animal begins exhibiting any of these signs.
As mentioned, if you suspect your pet is in pain, be sure to schedule an appointment with our vet. At Dr. Nina's, we can determine the cause of your pet's discomfort and determine the most appropriate, effective, and affordable plan of treatment.
Here are a few other recommendations for how to help your dog or cat in pain:
If you have a dog in pain or a cat in pain (acute or chronic), then schedule an appointment with our veterinarian in Sarasota and Parrish. We offer a wide range of comprehensive vet services that can help your cat or dog live with more comfort and ease.
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