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Treating Pain
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How to treat pain for your pet?
Your Vet may prescribe specific pain medications for your pet. These may be for post-operative pain relief, pain following an injury, trapped nerves, or for chronic pain conditions such as osteoarthritis. It is very important that pain relief medications are given correctly:
• Follow the dosage instructions carefully and report any problems immediately
• NEVER give human medications to your pet unless specifically directed by your Vet
• Keep ALL medications in a safe place, out of reach of your pet and children.
• Accidental over-doses can occur and in some circumstances can be fatal.
willows-cardiology-icon
How to treat pain for your pet?
Your Vet may prescribe specific pain medications for your pet. These may be for post-operative pain relief, pain following an injury, trapped nerves, or for chronic pain conditions such as osteoarthritis. It is very important that pain relief medications are given correctly:
• Follow the dosage instructions carefully and report any problems immediately
• NEVER give human medications to your pet unless specifically directed by your Vet
• Keep ALL medications in a safe place, out of reach of your pet and children.
• Accidental over-doses can occur and in some circumstances can be fatal.

Anaesthesia and Analgesia – Find Out More

To assist owners in understanding more about Anaesthesia and Analgesia, we have put together a range of information sheets to talk you through the some of the main areas of pain management at Willows.