How To Tell If Your Pet Is In Pain

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Dogs and cats are very different, but when it comes to showing they’re in pain, they can be quite similar. Newer pet owners may not know their pride and joy can’t actually speak to them, but, when they’re in pain, their body language and behavior can say it all. If your dog or cat exhibits any of these signs, it’s probably a good idea to get to a vet.
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Difficulty Jumping

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Limping

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Reluctance To Move

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Changes In Posture

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Appetite Decrease

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Panting

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Licking One Body Part

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Squinting

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Lower Head Posture

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Dilated Pupils

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Change In Feeding Pattern

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Biting

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Avoiding Bright Lights

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Refusing Food

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Growling

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Restlessness

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Groaning

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Yelping

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Avoidance Of Humans

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Eyes Staying Closed

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