What a pain – Canine Behaviour case studies

I participated in this webinar organised by the British Small Animal Veterinary Association and presented by Kevin Mcpeake who works at the Animal Behaviour Clinic, University of Lincoln. The main point being made was that any change in behaviour could be indicative of pain and disease. Pain and discomfort can lead to numerous behavioral signs including fear, vocalization, and aggression. For example, a pet could become more affectionate and clingy, or less interactive and irritable.