8 Signs of Pain in Cats

8 Signs of Pain in Cats

Article By Jessica Vogelsang, DVM | Featured on PetMD

Pain it isn’t always obvious to others when you’re experiencing it. Unless it’s a broken leg twisted at a 90-degree angle or a big bruise on your arm, pain is a condition with no obvious external manifestations. Sure, some . . . → Read More: 8 Signs of Pain in Cats

7 Signs That Your Cat Might Have Arthritis

7 Signs That Your Cat Might Have Arthritis

Article Found on CatHealth.com

Arthritis isn’t just a condition suffered by people; cats can develop it, too. While it seems to be that cats are a bit more resistant to the effects of joint degeneration than dogs, older cats can still suffer from it, and it . . . → Read More: 7 Signs That Your Cat Might Have Arthritis

4 Tips to Keep Your Dog Pain Free

4 Tips to Keep Your Dog Pain Free Dr. Phil Zeltzman, DVM, DACVS, CVJ

Dogs are very good at hiding pain. Remember, in the wild, the weak or painful may become the prey of another animal. We believe this is the reason why pets try to mask their pain. The best way to make . . . → Read More: 4 Tips to Keep Your Dog Pain Free

How do You Know if Your Cat is in Pain?

How do You Know if Your Cat is in Pain?

Article by Dr. Phil Zeltzman, DVM, DACVS, CVJ | Found on PetHealthNetwork

Assessing pain is a complicated challenge, especially in cats. Pain has two primary components: the sensory aspect (intensity, location and duration) and the affective aspect (emotional toll).

Because pain assessment is somewhat . . . → Read More: How do You Know if Your Cat is in Pain?

Your Guide to Healthy Healing: How to Treat Cat and Dog Pain

Your Guide to Healthy Healing: How to Treat Cat and Dog Pain

Article by Dr. Marty Becker DVM | VetStreet

Just as with human medicine, advancements in the way we understand and treat pain in dogs and cats are improving the quality of life for our pets. Veterinarians are now able to choose from . . . → Read More: Your Guide to Healthy Healing: How to Treat Cat and Dog Pain

10 Most Overlooked Aches and Pains in Cats

10 Most Overlooked Aches and Pains in Cats

BY Dr. Patty Khuly, VMD | Article Featured on VetStreet

If you’ve ever awoken to the soft pitter-patter of paws on your face, thrilled to the grace of a glorious sofa-to-loveseat leap or felt the telltale squish of a hairball beneath your bare feet, you’ll know . . . → Read More: 10 Most Overlooked Aches and Pains in Cats

Nose and Sinus Inflammation in Dogs

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Rhinitis and Sinusitis in Dogs

Rhinitis refers to the inflammation of an animal’s nose; sinusitis, meanwhile, refers to the inflammation of the nasal passages. Both medical conditions can cause a mucusdischarge to develop. With prolonged inflammation, bacterial infections are common.

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There is More Than One Way to Treat Your Pet's Pain

There is More Than One Way to Treat Your Pet’s Pain

There are many modalities available to pet owners to better manage the pain experienced by a companion canine or feline. Which options to use, how frequently they should be employed, and concerns for side effects are some of the main considerations . . . → Read More: There is More Than One Way to Treat Your Pet’s Pain