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3 Must sees on veterinary pain management

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3 video interviews covering canine and feline pain management

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Chronic pain in canine and feline in patients can lead to behavioral problems, lifestyle changes, and more complications. That's why we have selected 3 video interviews featuring invaluable advice on this topic.

From the importance of pain management during emergency and critical care to minor indications of feline osteoarthritis—there's something for everyone. Happy watching!

  1. Common causes of thoracolumbar pain: Fred Wininger, VMD, MS, DACVIM (Neurology), shares why certain dogs are susceptible to thoracolumbar pain, plus the multitiude of conditions that can cause it.
  2. Don't forget pain management during emergency and critical care: Jessica Nord, VMD, explains that pain management is a crucial piece of the puzzle in emergency cases.
  3. Subtle signs of feline osteoarthritis: Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, DABVP (Feline Practice), outlined chronic pain signs cat owners may miss if not informed.

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