What Recovery Looks Like After Your Pet’s Surgery

A cat recovers after surgery.

Whether your pet has to undergo an emergency or planned surgical procedure, there are always concerns. Pet owners are right to question the risks, and our staff is always ready to discuss how we approach surgery and post-operative care. In order to meet a successful outcome, a complete recovery period is essential. Helping them heal after a pet’s surgery isn’t always easy, but that’s why we’re here!

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Beam Me Up, Scotty: All About Laser Therapy for Pets

Supporting your pet’s quality of life through cutting edge treatment modalities is something we value deeply here at New Haven Pet Hospital.

Offering affordable and effective relief from pain and suffering is one of the most important ways we can have a positive impact on the lives of our patients, and laser therapy for pets does just that!

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Would You Know if Your Pet is in Pain?

If your pet is in pain then they should see a veterinarian. Almost all of us have experienced some kind of pain, and we know how debilitating it can be. Our pets are no different, but they don’t have the language to convey how or what they feel.

However, you can learn to recognize the subtle and not so subtle signs that your pet is in pain. This will allow you to take steps to help them feel better more quickly – something we would all want for our beloved family members.

Natural Instincts

We all hope we’d know the moment our pet is in pain. But in reality, studies show that pet owners aren’t very good at recognizing signs of pain in their pets. It’s no easy thing, though, as evolution has protected animals who don’t exhibit signs of pain. It’s a basic instinct for our pets to hide illness or injury in order to be less vulnerable to predators when they’re weakened. So what’s a well-meaning pet owner to do? Continue…