Keeping your pet pain-free and comfortable is critical to maintaining their quality of life (QOL). If your pet is dealing with acute pain, our goal is to prevent the nerves from perceiving and remembering this pain so that it does not become chronic pain. If your pet is already dealing with chronic pain, our veterinarians can create a customized pain management plan based on your pet's individual needs and medical issues.
Our veterinarians use a multimodal approach to pain management that may include anti-inflammatories, nutraceuticals, local anesthetics, epidurals, and dental nerve blocks, to effectively combat pain at all levels.
Prefers lying to sitting or standing
Sitting or resting in an abnormal position
None, when they normally would
Stiffness, particularly after resting
Trouble getting up from lying or seated position
Lagging behind, sitting down when on walks
No longer able to do the things they used to
Reluctance to go for walks/climb stairs
Cries or tries to bite when handled
Doesn't respond in situations that he/she used to
Licking or chewing in one area