How To Recognize When Your Pet Is In Pain
Your pet depends on you to meet all of his needs each and every day. One way to accomplish this goal, is to learn the signs and symptoms associated with pain. This is especially important as your pet ages. Below are a few signs that may indicate that your pet is less than comfortable. If your pet is in pain, contact a Tulsa’s Paw Prints vet for an examination appointment. (918) 250-0883
Signs Of Pain
- Diminished Appetite
- Abnormally Worn Nails
- Attempting To Stand With Front Legs
- Growling, Whining Or Whimpering
- Excessive Grooming In One Area
- Unusually Timid Behavior
These are a few signals your pet may give if he is hurting in some way. If your pet exhibits any of these symptoms, schedule an evaluation with a Tulsa vet to determine the cause. While some conditions are not long lasting, others such as arthritis are chronic and can cause your pet pain for months or years to come. The staff at Paw Prints Tulsa Veterinary Hospital has experience treating painful conditions in animals and can teach you how to keep your pet comfortable as he ages.
If your pet is in pain, it is important to speak with the staff at Tulsa Veterinary Hospital Paw Prints to obtain an evaluation appointment.