Options We Offer
Our veterinarians have a variety of pain control options on hand for treating your pet. This includes oral medications and injectables, along with integrative therapies like acupuncture, physical rehabilitation, and Chinese herbal medicine.
Every pet is different and will respond differently to treatment. Based on your pet’s situation and medical history, we can recommend the safest and most effective options for them. In addition to keeping your pet pain-free while we treat them at our hospital, we can also prescribe pain relief solutions for you to give/implement at home.
How to Tell If
Your Pet is in Pain
Below are some of the signs dogs and cats might exhibit if they are in pain. If your own pet is showing any of these signs and you want to see a vet quickly, contact Animal Urgent Center.
- Eating less
- Weight loss
- Sleeping more than usual
- Whimpering/crying, especially when touched
- Licking and/or chewing at the same spot
- Difficulty getting up/laying down
- Hunched posture