Seeing your pet in pain is a heartbreaking experience for a pet owner. You only want the best for your dog or cat and that means ensuring that they have a good quality of life. At SRVC, we treat your entire pet. We focus not only on those medical issues that affect the way that your pet physically functions but also on the issues that can affect their overall well-being.
Effective pain management for pets can reduce — or even eliminate — the physical, psychological and emotional issues that your pet experiences. It is a primary focus of care for the team here at SRVC.
SRVC prides itself on the thorough, compassionate and professional care we provide to our animal patients. We take the management of pain very seriously and employ multiple methods of alleviating any symptoms your pet might be displaying.
In addition to treating your pet for any medical conditions, our staff is also trained to recognize and assess pain. In fact, keeping your pet comfortable and pain-free is the cornerstone of our compassionate care.
Your pet can develop pain in a range of situations. For routine procedures — such as dental cleanings, spaying and neutering — that are scheduled here at SRVC in Little Rock, we deliver the appropriate measures to keep your pet comfortable while also speeding the healing process.
Our pain management for pets doesn’t stop with routine matters, though. We use more advanced approaches to the management of pain if your pet must undergo complex medical treatments such as a cancer procedure or bone surgery. Chronic conditions — like back pain and arthritis — call for a long-term pain management program that we can develop with you.
Pain management for dogs is something that you, as a pet owner, need to have an active role in as well. In addition to creating the effective pain management treatment plan that is best for your pet, our caring and compassionate team at SRVC can help you learn to be proactive with the treatment. Under our guidance, you can learn to recognize the signs that your pet might exhibit if he or she is in pain. When you know these signs, we can better modify their existing pain management plan to provide your pet with a better quality of life.