Pain and behaviour

Pain should always be high on the list of a vets diagnosis Pain is an unpleasant, emotional and sensory experience associated with actual or potential …

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Dogs with noise fear ‘should be assessed for pain’ – study

   Research suggests pain could be a factor in noise sensitivity  Vets should routinely examine dogs for pain when they present with noise sensitivity, a …

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Tri-Solfen registered in New Zealand for sheep and cattle husbandry procedures

Medical Ethics Pty Ltd (“Medical Ethics” or “the Group”), a commercial and development company focused on pain mitigation in wounds for humans and animals, announces …

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