Galliprant Tablets for Dogs

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Galliprant is a prescription medication designed to treat your dog's osteoarthritis pain. It's an easy-to-give daily medication that can be used at the earliest signs of osteoarthritis, and may help your pal to feel better. Plus, it comes in a tablet, so you can easily hide it in your dog's wet food or a pill pocket to make administration even easier.


For the control of pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis in dogs.

Possible Side Effects

Please contact your veterinarian if your pet is vomiting, has diarrhea, decreased appetite, stools become abnormal and has decreasing albumin and total protein.

Drug & Food Interactions

Galliprant was used safely with other concurrent therapies, including antibiotics, parasiticides, and vaccinations.


Please consult your veterinarian for use in dogs younger than nine months of age and less than 8 lbs, dogs used for breeding, or in pregnant or lactating dogs. Adverse reactions in dogs receiving this medication may include vomiting, diarrhea, decreased appetite, mucoid, watery or bloody stools and decreases in serum albumin and total protein. If this medication is used long-term, appropriate monitoring is recommended.

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    Use according to your veterinarian's instructions.

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    Joint Pain/Arthritis, Pain

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Recommended Dosage

Consult your veterinarian for specific dosing instructions; they will determine the lowest effective dose depending on your pet's needs and their response. The typical dose is 0.9 mg/lb (2 mg/kg) once daily.

Storage Instructions

Store at or below 86°F.


What Is Canine Osteoarthritis?

Canine osteoarthritis is the most common cause of chronic pain in dogs, and it doesn't just occur in older, heavy dogs. It's a painful disease that causes inflammation and swelling in a dog's joints.

How Can You Tell If Your Dog Has Early Signs Of Osteoarthritis?

Your dog can't tell you about aches and pains, so it's up to you to watch for subtle warning signs of osteoarthritis pain and inflammation. No one knows your dog better than you do, so your veterinarian relies on you to notice changes in behavior.

Ask Yourself These Questions:

  • Is my dog less interested in participating in usual activities?
  • Does my dog seem less alert?
  • Does my dog lag behind during walks?
  • Is my dog overly cautious when navigating stairs, jumping up on the couch or getting in or out of the car?
  • Is my dog sleeping more?
  • Does my dog have difficulty getting up or lying down?
  • Has my dog gained weight?
  • Does my dog seem less interested in greeting me when I come home?
  • If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should ask your veterinarian about possibly screening your dog for canine osteoarthritis.

What Does Galliprant Do?

Galliprant reduces pain and inflammation due to osteoarthritis in dogs It's safe to use daily and proven effective It’s a first-of-its-kind NSAID that targets pain by directly blocking the key receptor involved in canine osteoarthritis pain and inflammation Convenient, once-daily dosing in a flavored chewable tablet.

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  • She can walk again!

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    This has been a life-changer! I went from contemplating putting my dog down because of the amount of pain she was in to her running(gentle and carefully but still!) and playing :-) I attempted to take her off the medicine for a few weeks. When I did all the symptoms came back and she was miserable again. Within a few days of giving her this she's back to being able to walk. The only caution I would give is to make sure they take it easy. Since she feels better she overexerts herself. Causing her to be sore the next day. I'm hoping this medicine has given me the opportunity to have my girl for a few more years!

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  • Worked when Rimadyl did not.

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    My vet switched us to Galliprant when Rimadyl did not work for my German Shepherd's hip arthritis. The recommended dosage for her at 75lbs is 90mg, but I started her on 60mg and it is working great. Plus, it is only once a day. MAKE SURE YOU GIVE IT ON AN EMPTY STOMACH, because food will cause the medicine to not work.

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