Pain Management

Compassionate Pain Management for Your Pet’s Well-Being

We understand that managing pain in pets is a crucial aspect of ensuring their comfort and quality of life. Our approach to pain management involves thorough assessments, personalized treatment plans, and a commitment to enhancing the overall well-being of your furry companions.

Pain Assessment:

Our experienced veterinarian conducts comprehensive pain assessments to identify and quantify any discomfort or pain your pet may be experiencing during their visit. This includes observing behavior, gathering detailed information from you about their activity at home, evaluating mobility through examination, and considering underlying health conditions and complications.

Tailored Treatment Plans:

Based on our veterinarian’s assessment, we develop an individualized pain management plan for your pet. These plans may include a combination of medications, physical therapy, and lifestyle adjustments to address acute or chronic pain quickly and effectively. 

Medication Management:

We offer a range of pain medications, including analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs, tailored to your pet’s specific needs. Our team carefully monitors medication dosages and adjusts them as necessary to ensure optimal pain relief with minimal side effects.

Lifestyle Recommendations:

Adjustments to your pet’s lifestyle, including changes in diet, exercise routines, and the environment, can contribute to pain management. We provide guidance on creating a supportive and comfortable living environment for your pet.

Monitoring and Adjustments:

Continual monitoring is crucial to assessing the effectiveness of the pain management plan. Our team stays in close communication with pet owners, making adjustments to treatment as needed to ensure ongoing comfort and well-being. As part of this comprehensive monitoring, we perform routine blood work twice a year to ensure that your pet’s pain plan is effective while minimizing negative effects on your pet’s vital organs, such as their liver and kidneys.