Pain medications for pets are relatively new. It’s only been in the last decade we’ve learned that pets that take painkillers heal better than those that don’t. We’ve also learned that unchecked pain can lead to chronic, long-term pain that can be harder and more expensive to treat later.
A very special thanks to Dr. Collis for taking care of my baby girl. A big fat thanks to Shannon for everything she did for Kaycee, also. You’re awesome. Thanks again to everyone.Norma Jean
Alberta Veterinary Medical Association
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