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Knowing When One’s Pet is suffering

Is Your Pet Suffering?

We have to be aware of our pet's behavior and moods to see if they are in pain or suffering

We have to be aware of our pet’s behavior and moods to see if they are in pain or suffering

One of the most painful and grieving things is to see one’s pet suffer.  It is important as good pet owners to notice when our pet is suffering or in pain.  Below is an article with various tips about keeping a better eye on our pets and their physical well being.

Arden Moore from Foxnews.com writes about a variety of important tips for our pet’s physical well being in her article,  ”When Your Pet’s in Pain”.

You hear your cat’s cry of pain or see your aging dog limp to the food dish,  and your heart hurts.

Witnessing pets in pain can leave owners feeling frustrated and powerless.  But recent medical advances are giving vets more insight into the detection and  treatment of animal pain, affording owners more control over their pets’ comfort  and health.

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