Recognizing pain in pets

Recognizing pain in pets

Make sure your practice team is in the know when it comes to recognizing the signs of pain and discomfort in pets.
source-image
Oct 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Team handout: Signs of pain in petsYour team probably knows what signs to watch for to assess pain in patients, but a standardized pain scale will ensure everyone’s on the same page.

Use this client handout as a tool to recognize the signs and severity of pain and discomfort in your patients

Hot topics on dvm360

Follow dvm360 on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest

For quick updates and to touch base with the editors of dvm360, Veterinary Economics, Veterinary Medicine, and Firstline, and check us out on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

Sell veterinary clients on your service

But you don't have to have butler-style service to win new clients and keep existing clients happy.

Why veterinarians should be more like a Louisiana shoeshiner

If my veterinary clients feel half as good as I did after visiting the 'Michael Jordan of shoeshines,' I'll be thrilled.

Texts from your veterinary clinic cat

If your clinic cat had a cell phone and opposable thumbs, what would he or she text you?

Learning goodbye: Veterinarians fill a void by focusing on end of life care

Veterinarians dedicating their careers to hospice and euthansia medicine may be pioneering the profession's next specialty—at clients' request.