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Palladia Tablets for Dogs

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Palladia, a multi-kinase inhibitor, is a drug prescribed by veterinarians to treat mast cell tumors, a common cancer found in canines. It may help by killing tumor cells and cutting off blood supply to the tumor affecting your dog.

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For the treatment of Patnaik grade II or III, recurrent, cutaneous mast cell tumors with or without regional lymph node involvement in dogs.

Possible Side Effects

The most common side effects which may occur include diarrhea, decreased/loss of appetite, lameness, weight loss and blood in the stool.

Drug & Food Interactions

Do not use in dogs used for breeding, or for pregnant or lactating females.


Consult your veterinarian if anemia, azotemia, hypoalbuminemia and hyperphosphatemia occur simultaneously when taking Palladia. You may also need to temporarily discontinue use if these reactions occur. Drug compatibility should be monitored in pets requiring concomitant medications. The safe use of Palladia has not been evaluated in dogs less than 24 months of age or weighing less than 5 kg. Wear gloves when handling.

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  1. Prescribing Information

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  • Generic Name
    Toceranib Phosphate
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  • Product Form
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  • Drug Type

Toceranib Phosphate.

Recommended Dosage

Administer an initial dosage of 3.25 mg/kg (1.48 mg/lb) of body weight, every other day. Dose reductions of 0.5 mg/kg every other day and dose interruptions (skipping your dose for up to 2 weeks) may be utilized, if needed, to manage adverse reaction at the discretion of your veterinarian. Adjust dose based on weekly veterinary checks for the first 6 weeks and approximately every 6 weeks. Palladia may be administered with or without food. Do not split tablets.

Storage Instructions

Store at controlled room temperatures 68° - 77°F.


What Is Palladia?

Palladia, a tyrosine kinase inhibitor, is a drug used to treat mast cell tumors, a common form of cancer that affects dogs. Palladia works by killing tumor cells and by cutting off the blood supply to the tumor.

What do I need to tell my veterinarian about my dog before administering Palladia?

Tell your veterinarian about all other medications your pet is taking, including prescription drugs; over the counter drugs; heartworm, flea & tick medications; vitamins and supplements, including herbal medications. Tell your veterinarian if your dog is pregnant, nursing puppies, or is intended for breeding purposes.

How do I give Palladia to my dog?

Palladia should be given to your dog by mouth (orally). Palladia may be hidden inside a treat; be certain your dog swallows the entire tablet(s). Follow your veterinarian’s instructions for how much and how often to give Palladia.

How will Palladia affect my dog?

Palladia may help shrink your dog’s tumor. Like other cancer treatments, it can be difficult to predict whether your dog’s tumor will respond to Palladia and if it does respond, how long it will remain responsive to Palladia. Regular check-ups by your veterinarian are necessary to determine whether your dog is responding as expected and to decide whether your dog should continue to receive Palladia.

What do I need to know to handle Palladia safely?

Because Palladia is an anti-cancer drug, extra care must be taken when handling the tablets, giving the drug to your dog, and cleaning up after your dog.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    This drug is working.

    By Aurey on Dec 16, 2020

    We were told by 3 different Veterinarians that our 8 yr old Standard Poodle had a couple months at best due to the aggressive cancer he has. Aurey was diagnosed with AGASACA. He has been taking Palladia for almost 2 months. He has had minimal side effects with this powerful drug. For a dog taking Palliative meds we think his quality of life is actually VERY good. If you are at all able to take this route, I am here to say, yes, give it a try. The Oncologist we went to has made a huge difference in our lives. I am hopeful that this drug will soon be back in stock through Chewy.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    When is this going to be back in stock?

    By Abby on Nov 12, 2020

    We need this drug every month for our pet who has cancer. Any idea when this is going to be back in stock?

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    By Annie on Nov 10, 2020

    Do you intend to restock this med? My vet suggested we order it from you.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great service, great price

    By Oscar on Oct 15, 2020

    Thank you for the fast service Your price was half of what the vet charged me

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Special thank you to Dillon in the Prescription Department

    By Simba on Apr 2, 2020

    Through as series of issues with this order (Chewy, our Vet and ourselves) our order of Palladia Tablets was delayed. Our cat was out of this vital medicine for about 8 days. On 31 March we got to speak with Dillon in the Prescription Department who as we spoke got our order squared away. He did caution us with the circumstances the shipping might be delayed which we understood. Unknown to use it seems Dillon upgraded our shipping and we received from Fedex this morning (2 April) tis need prescription. Thank you Dilllon @ Chewy.

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