Global Veterinary Pain Management Market to Grow with Increased Adoption of Pets

An appalling article on animal tendencies published by BBC Earth in July, 2016 shook the world. The article titled, ‘Many Animals Seem to Kill Themselves, but it is not Suicide’ focused on mental and physical health issues in animals. Several dogs and other animals have deliberately jumped into deep water to kill themselves. Researchers have ascertained perpetual physical or mental pain as the reason behind such ‘suicides’. The article cited 21 suicides by animals to define the magnitude of the problem.

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The aforementioned findings have shifted the focus of the veterinary industry towards pain management. Even responsive animals such as dogs and cats are often unable to express their grievance and pain. Hence, there is a need for proper veterinary pain management across the world.

This blog by Transparency Market Research (TMR) considers animal welfare schemes across the world to gauge the magnitude of growth within the global veterinary pain management market.

Increase in Animal Deaths due to Excessive Pain

The number of animal deaths due to pain has increased over the past decade. A number of pet animals have deliberately injured themselves after the death of their owners. This factor has necessitated the need for veterinary pain management across the world.

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New Therapies for Minimizing Animal Pain

Veterinary scientists have developed new therapies for managing animal pain. Some of these therapies include the use of water tubs and swimming pools to relieve pain in dogs. This factor has played an integral role in the propelling market demand.

North America to Lead Market Growth

On the basis of geography, the global veterinary pain management market can be segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and Latin America. The market for veterinary pain management in North America is growing alongside rising pet adoption in the region.

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