HEALTH AND WELLNESS
It's never too late to paws and breathe.
WHEN our cats or dogs are sick, how we wish they could tell us exactly what ails them, where it hurts, and more importantly, how much it hurts.
Thankfully the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA), has come up with a table of common clinical scenarios experienced by dogs and cats and their attendant level of pain.
This pain index is only intended to serve as guide because the degree of pain may vary per animal, but it could help pet parents have an idea of the perceived level of pain their pets are in so they could care for them even better.
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