pain killers

Could Carprodyl Kill your Dog?
The headline in today's Daily Mail is typically attention-grabbing: "Could the drug that cost this beloved pet its life kill YOUR dog too?" The article tells the sad story of a thirteen year old Labrador who died after t…
April 10, 2012 • 8 shares • 16 comments
How can you tell if your pet is in pain?
It seems a simple enough task, to be able to tell when your pet is in pain but actually it can be a lot harder than you think. Animals have been programmed over millions of years of evolution to hide when they are sore o…
February 29, 2012 • 1 shares
When Liver Meets Lungs - Diaphragmatic Hernia in a Cat
One evening whilst playing outside, a little 6 month old kitten (let’s call her Tilly) climbed up a tree. A rather inexperienced hunter, when she saw a little birdie on the end of the branch she reached out to get it and…
July 4, 2011 • 4 shares
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Pain Part 2: Getting rid of pain
Pain and pain relief are massive topics which can – and do – fill several textbooks. It’s way beyond the scope of a blog to go into all of the detail surrounding the use of painkillers, and so all I really want to do is…
March 24, 2011 • 14 shares • 64 comments
Vet Clinic
Pain in animals part 1: what is pain?
Pain. Everybody knows what it feels like, and – apart from a few determined individuals – we tend to avoid it. But what is it? The International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) defines it as: “an unpleasant sens…
March 8, 2011 • 1 shares
Life as vet - what its like
What is health? Putting the Principles of Holistic Care into Veterinary Practice
Are you and your pet healthy? It’s an odd question, which you’ll probably answer depending on how you feel, especially if you’re suffering with, say, a cold or a broken leg. And if your pet is currently having treatment,…
February 20, 2011
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