As your pet gets older, their daily routine sometimes becomes more of a struggle, and you may not know how to help them. This is why Dr. Zinderman and the staff at Indian Street Animal Clinic want to help guide you in the care of your aging pet.
With a combination of standard and holistic care, we will do our best to maximize the energy your pet has to keep them in their best possible shape. We offer pain management strategies, acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapies, nutrition, fluid therapy, and house staging to help your pet get around and make it easier for them to live a pain-free and happy life.
If the time has come for hospice care, we can provide a quality of life assessment and a treatment plan to help make the remaining time our pet has with us as pain-free and rewarding as possible.
You can be sure you and your pet will receive thorough and compassionate care. Request an appointment today with Dr. Zinderman to discuss a treatment plan for your pet.
Part of any pet’s recovery process should include pain management. This applies whether they are 10 months old or 10 years old. A pet’s pain can stem from many things, an injury, a surgery, or an internal problem– in each of these instances, a pain management plan will be adapted to your pet’s specific circumstance. Indian Street Animal Clinic offers comprehensive pet health services, which means we will use a combination of Standard (Western) and Eastern (Holistic) medicine in your pet’s treatment. With this, we can provide a well-rounded pain management plan that will not only keep your pet comfortable, but support, and even in some cases speed up, their healing process.
To do this, a few questions need to be answered:
With Indian Street Animal Clinic, you can be sure that Dr. Zinderman will form a pain management plan using therapies and methods that are tailored specifically to your pet and their health. Call today to learn how your pet’s pain can and will be prevented and controlled.
Just a little soap box story about pain and surgery…
If you get put under anesthesia and I hit your toe with a hammer, you will not feel it (you are unconscious and under anesthesia). But when you wake up you WILL feel it because the pain pathways have been activated and the anesthesia is no longer keeping you unconscious. We prevent the pain pathways from getting activated with our pain management protocols. This makes a huge difference!