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Posts and tweets about pain prevention
Use your social media network to educate clients and raise awareness about pain prevention with these tweets and posts.

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You want your #pets to be healthy and happy and so do we! Routine check-ups ensure they aren’t suffering through underlying health issues.

Did you know? The anxiety that your pet experiences surrounding a procedure can enhance pain. Ask us about the various methods we use to minimize discomfort for your furry friend before, during and after surgery.


No two #pets are alike. The same goes for pain treatments. Ask us if treatment is tailored to your pet’s specific needs. #petcare

If your pet is in pain, you may feel helpless and wonder what you can do to ease the ache. Improve quality of life using distractions—new toys, treats, petting and playtime are viable options.


Is your #pet hurting? You may not always be able to tell, but we can. Call us to set up an examination today! #pethealth

Did you know? Pets have an innate ability to hide pain so weakness isn’t apparent to possible predators. Bring your pet for regular visits so we can identify possible sources of pain before symptoms get worse.


Myth: Animals don’t feel pain like people do. Come see us and we’ll work with you to create a custom pain management plan for your #pet.

Pay attention to your pet’s day-to-day demeanor so you can easily identify when something is wrong. Strange behavior may indicate a painful ailment, and if left untreated, your pet could be subject to serious health consequences.


Worried about pain medicine side effects? Give us a call and we’ll discuss various treatment options and their consequences. #petcare

Myth: Older animals have decreased function. While it’s common for pets to slow down as they age, decreased function could be linked with pain. Don’t make assumptions—set up an appointment with us and get answers. Your pet will thank you!


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