Librela for Canine Osteoarthritis Pain management

Manage your dog’s OA pain with Librela.

Did you Know?

Nearly 40% of dogs show signs of OA pain, but less than half are actually diagnosed

Dogs with OA pain that are treated with NSAIDs receive ~60.5 days of therapy annually

OA in Dogs

Dogs of All Ages, Sizes, and Breeds Can Be Affected by Canine OA Pain

There are a variety of factors that put dogs at risk of developing OA:

  • Genetics: Genetics have a specific relationship to joint diseases
  • Breed: Certain breeds are at risk of developing joint diseases
  • Body Weight: An increased load on weight-bearing joints increases the risk of joint disease
  • Conformation: Body, leg size, and joint angles contribute to joint disorders
  • Injury: Injuries are a common cause of OA
  • Age: While joint deterioration can increase with age and cause OA, young dogs are also at risk
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Recognize the Signs of OA Pain

It’s important for dog owners to monitor the behavior of their dog and look out for the signs of OA pain.

limping After Exercise

Lagging Behind on Walks

Slow to Rise

Difficulty Jumping

Feeling Stiff

Difficulty with Stairs

Download this Canine OA Pain Checklist for
your practice to help dog owners recognize
the signs of canine OA pain.

Treatment for OA Pain

Treat Dogs Once a Month With Librela

Librela is specifically designed to control canine OA pain with a monthly injection. It is a monthly subcutaneous injection, administered at the clinic by veterinary professionals. OA is eliminated via normal protein degradation pathways—just like naturally produced antibodies—with minimal metabolism by the liver or kidneys. Librela reduced canine OA pain, which led to increased activity and improved quality of life.