Pet Pain Management in Las Vegas, NV

At Sahara Pines Animal Hospital, we practice a high level of care that focuses on the entire patient; from medical issues that affect your pet’s physical functioning to emotional and psychological issues that affect their well-being. While dogs and cats are naturally predisposed to concealing pain, it can still affect them. In fact, pain can often have a detrimental effect on your pet’s state of mind and well-being overall. This is why pet pain management is a priority for our team in Las Vegas. Improving your pet’s comfort can go a long way toward improving their emotional state as well as their physical state so they can live a better life.

Treating your pet’s pain can make all the difference in their quality of life. If your pet is struggling with a painful condition, contact us today to schedule an appointment!

dog and cat pain management in Las Vegas, NV

How We Can Relieve Your Pet’s Pain

We take a proactive approach to pet pain management in Las Vegas, NV. This means we anticipate painful or potentially painful procedures and take all the necessary steps to keep pain under control from the very start. Furthermore, we want to continue to manage your pet’s pain throughout their procedure or treatment, and through the recovery process.

Additionally, we tailor your pet’s pain management protocol to their unique needs. We can provide physical therapy and/or laser therapy as drug-free options, or we can try a medication to ease your pet’s discomfort. If needed, we can always recommend changes to your pet’s treatment plan to improve their results.

Signs of Pain in Dogs and Cats

Pain will always vary in severity depending on the pet and their condition. It also varies in how it is presented, as the signs can be subtle or obvious.

Some possible signs of pain in pets include:

  • Changes in behavior (less sociable, doesn’t want to be touched, sleeps often)
  • Eating and drinking less
  • Hiding
  • Reluctant to jump up on the couch or bed like they usually do
  • Reluctant to climb up or down the stairs
  • Slow to stand and lay down
  • Whining/crying frequently
  • Shaking/trembling

Get In Touch

If your pet is showing any of these signs, please get in touch with Sahara Pines Animal Hospital so we can help. Our compassionate team will work with you to find a treatment plan that best suits your pet’s needs.