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25 April 2007
This just in from PetHospice.com,
Tuesday, June 2nd, 8PM EST / 5 PM PST
Let’s rethink, “he’s slowing down because he’s getting old.”
Many families attribute the changes they see in their pets to simply “getting old and slowing down.” When in fact, pets are generally slowing down because they hurt. And that is something we can fix! 🙂
There is so much we can do for pets who are experiencing age-related pain. Join Dr. Shea and The Bridge Club Pets to learn just what some of those things are! And come with questions! We will have experts manning the chat to ensure you are getting the advice you need from veterinary professionals.
Dr. Shea Cox is a Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner.
Empowering pet parents to recognize and better manage their pet’s pain is one of her favorite things to teach!