Post-amputation pain relief for dogs and cats is a learning process. Some need more pain medication, some need less. Fine-tuning the frequency and dosage of medications is a team effort between you and your veterinarian that takes place during the first week or two of recovery. Here’s how to make that process easier for everyone. […]
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