Tips to stay on top of pain in pets

Tips to stay on top of pain in pets

Pets are masters of disguise when it comes to pain, so give your clients the tools to recognize and manage their pets' discomfort before it becomes a problem.
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Oct 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Client handout: What you need to know about your pet's painNot only do pet owners need to know how to identify signs of pain in their pets, they need to know how to administer pain medications properly to keep aches at bay.

Use this client handout as a tool to advise pet owners about the common signs of pain in dogs and cats and what they can do to make comfort a top priority for their furry friends.

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