Hello, friends! First of all, let me apologize if there's any formatting weirdness in this post. I don't know what's going on in my town, but we're without internet both at my house and at my workplace. So, this post is being worked on using data on my phone, which often gives me grief when I try to blog from it.
That all said, we're ready for the Friendly Fill-Ins challenge, and we'd love for you to join us. My co -host Ellen of 15andmeowing came up with the first two fill-in statements, and I came up with the second two.
1. I find _________ annoying.
(I recently saw a meme about this, and I realized how true it is to feel annoyed when you're enjoying a good book and someone or something interrupts you. So, that's what popped into my head when answering this one.)
Moreover, if or when your veterinarian describes medications to treat or regulate your furbaby's pain, always monitor them closely. This is often especially important after the first doses of a new medication. Depending on the reason for pain, as well as depending on the individual animal, different medications can vary in their efficacy and side effects. Of course, some pain medications will, by nature, cause drowsiness or other such side effects. In some cases, though, there are other things to look out for. For example, some animals have noticeably adverse reactions to certain drugs, such as respiratory distress, hives or swelling, vomiting, or diarrhea. There are also cases when an animal might have a hypersensitivity to certain medications, making typical side effects, such as drowsiness, even more pronounced than anticipated or safe. Therefore, after giving your kitty or pup a pain medication (or, in truth, any medication), be sure to observe them carefully. If you notice any concerning or abnormal side effects in your cat or dog, of course do not hesitate to contact your veterinarian.