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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  • Very Effective Prescription for Our Senior Dog

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    Sam is our 15 year old, 28 lb, PBGV. He has his challenges, and our goal is to continue his quality of life with minimal distress. As such, we are engaged actively in managing his healthcare with our veterinarian. An issue for Sam’s is mild osteoarthritis. We did our homework, and we discussed several options with our vet. Together, we decided on this newer drug, Galliprant. It is proving highly effective. Sam is comfortable, he is active and playful, and the drug does not “zone” him out. We were very pleased to be able to add this to the list of products we purchase for Sam from Chewy.

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  • Still evaluating effectiveness

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    It's too soon to give a reliable rating for this medication. I'm going to try it for a month before deciding to make it a daily regimen. I think I see some improvement of my furry friends movements but I'll give it the whole month. I definitely prefer this to steroids but it's pricey.

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  • Tail Wagging Again

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    My 15 year old chihuahua/terrier became lethargic, spent most of the day sleeping and couldn’t even jump on the couch anymore. When my granddaughters came to visit she wouldn’t come to greet them as she had always done. After a week on the meds, she literally came back to life, joining us on all our gatherings and activities and being the center of attention again..

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  • Great Results

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    I have a 14 year old Boston Terrier who could no longer walk up or down stairs and has really slowed down in the past year. After a few days on Galliprant, she has a new spring in her step! She will be getting blood work done in a couple weeks to make sure it is not negatively affecting her elsewhere, I am hoping that she can stay on it.

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  • Starting out to be great!

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    Our vet recommended galliprant over metacam as it is supposed to have less side effects on Gastro, etc. PLUS having it work well. Sure enough, on Day 1 his mobility is better and I can't hear his joint clicking anymore. Needs to be on it longer for me to know if less side effects. Thus 4 vs 5 stars for now. (He JUST started on it this week.)

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  • Very effective

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    I first purchased Galliprant through my vet for my dog’s arthritis. I was shocked at the price. Then I found it on Chewy for $30 less! My dog does very well on Galliprant, so I will keep ordering it from Chewy.

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  • Wonderful product!!

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    My 13 yr old lab had a very hard time getting around before Galliprant. He has bad arthritis in his lower spine and back legs. After less than 24 hrs on it he was running around and playing with toys again! I

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  • Works for my dog

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    Our vet recommended we try Galliprant for our achy 13 year old dog. It seems to work really well for her, and it's about $20 cheaper from Chewy for a 30 day supply. One star deducted because it still costs too much.

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  • Fast shipping and easy transaction!

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    I ordered these pills for my 14 year old dog who needs this anti inflammatories for his joints. I was not sure how long this transaction would take since it required for chewy to contact my vet. I was pleasantly surprised not only were these meds way cheaper than at my vet but the service was fast. Thank you chewy will probably request other meds in the future.

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  • Great product and service

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    Have been using this in lieu of Rimadyl and is working great on my elderly arthritic beagle. Glad to see Chewy venturing into Rx products. They are prompt, thorough, reliable and their app works GREAT.

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