Your pet will heal better and faster if her pain is under control. If you’re concerned about her activity, you might consider confining her in a crate, cage or small room until she gets better. If it does not get better, call or visit Delton Veterinary Hospital.
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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