Introducing Librela: Advanced Care for Canine Osteoarthritis
Your dog is more than just a pet – they’re family! As they age, ensuring they live without pain becomes a priority. Librela is an innovative new solution providing advanced osteoarthritis care and profound pain relief with just one monthly injection. Librela specifically targets nerve growth factors to stop OA pain at the source, allowing your dog to enjoy comfortable movement again.
Benefits of Librela:
- First-of-its-kind: Librela is the only monthly monoclonal antibody injection providing prolonged relief from canine OA pain.
- Monthly Convenience: Just one injection a month keeps OA pain at bay.
- Safe Metabolization: Functions like your dog’s natural antibodies, minimizing liver or kidney involvement.
- Unique Action: Unlike NSAIDs, Librela tackles OA pain by countering NGF effects, a primary cause of canine OA pain.
- Enhanced Quality of Life: With reduced pain, dogs can enjoy increased activity once again and improve overall health.
Eager to find out how Librela can put some pep in your dog’s step? Call us at (347) 463-9426 to schedule your visit with our team. At Boerum Hill, we’re not just about treatment. We genuinely care that your furry family enjoys the best quality of life.
Proven Track Record
Although new to our offerings, Librela is not an experimental medication. It has been commercially available in Europe since 2021, and there exists a wealth of documented data highlighting the positive impact of dogs’ lives in Europe and Australia for numerous years.
Why Choose Librela?
- Innovative OA Pain Relief: Starting this November, experience the revolutionary treatment for canine OA.
- Holistic Compatibility: Librela works harmoniously with other pain and OA treatments.
- Organ-friendly: Ideal for dogs with limited kidney or liver functionality.
Know the Signs of Osteoarthritis
As dogs grow older, they sometimes mask the pain they feel, but there are important signs that may indicate your senior dog is suffering from osteoarthritis pain:
- Reluctance to walk, jump, or play
- Limping or holding up a paw
- Lagging behind on walks
- Less interest in toys or interaction
- Sleeping more during the day
- Whining, groaning, or other vocalizations
- Changes in appetite or bowel habits