Early, lasting pain relief can lead to happier, more active dogs.1
No one knows your dog better than you. Spotting the early signs of OA can help you get your dog’s pain treated as soon as possible. Talk to your veterinarian about an OA screening and how treatment with RIMADYL can make a big difference.
RIMADYL (pronounced “Rim-a-dill”) is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) approved for once- or twice-daily dosing to relieve the pain and inflammation in the joints of dogs with OA. It comes in easy-to-use caplets and tasty chewables. After just 2 weeks of taking RIMADYL at label dose, dogs had visible improvements in energy, happiness, activity level, comfort, and calmness.1
- OA may affect about 37% of dogs, according to a recent US study based on screening 504 dogs2
- OA does not just come with old age–it affects dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds2,3 OA can affect any dog, even as young as 1 year old…from Chihuahua to Mastiff.
- The pain of OA can impact your dog’s emotional health too. Less common signs of pain in dogs include faster heart rate, reduced appetite, depression, and reluctance to move4