Pain Management 

       The Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital at the University of Wisconsin declares pain as "an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage." Pain is subjective and can be difficult to measure. It's important to be aware of subtle behavioral changes, as they may be the only way your cat can communicate a need for pain management assistance. 

How Do I Tell If My Cat Is in Pain?

Do you know when your cat is in pain? There are several reasons why it can be very easy to miss signs that a cat is in pain. Learn those reasons by clicking the button below. 

At-Home Care

There are a few simple and inexpensive ways to make our homes more comfortable and easier for our cats to navigate. 

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Pain and Behavior

Any time a cat’s behavior changes it can signal something is wrong. If you notice any of these behaviors, tell your veterinarian. 

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Treatment Options

The treatment plan will likely include one or more of the modalities list on our treatment page. Click the button below to find out which ones serve your cat best. 

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North Scottsdale Animal Hospital

Tel. 480-368-1741

Fax. 480-368-1751

14870 N. Northsight Blvd,

Suite 101 
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Monday - Friday

7: 30 am - 5:30pm


8:00am - 4:30 pm

Closed : Sunday

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From AZ 101 N:  Take exit 39 Raintree Dr. Take a right onto Raintree Dr. Make a right turn onto N. Northsight Blvd. The hospital is on your left located next to The Scottsdale Gun Club.

From AZ 101 S: Take exit 39 Raintree Dr. Take a left onto Raintree Dr. Make a right turn onto  N. Northsight Blvd. The hospital is on your left located next to The Scottsdale Gun Club.

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