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Librela is an innovative drug for the alleviation of pain associated with osteoarthritis in dogs. The medication contains a canine monoclonal antibody (mAb) which targets nerve growth factor (NGF). This inhibits NGF-mediated cell signalling which has been demonstrated to provide relief from pain associated with osteoarthritis. The product is administered by monthly injection and has been proven to reduce pain scores in dogs with osteoarthritis.
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Librela® solution for injection for dogs, including answers from our team.
Mijn hond heeft boven artrose ook nog HD. Zou Librela ook hiervoor geschikt zijn om toe te dienen?
La dysplasie de la hanche provoque souvent de l'arthrite. Librela est indiqué pour traiter l'arthrite, il devrait donc y contribuer.
Il s'agit d'un médicament sur ordonnance uniquement, vous devrez donc obtenir une ordonnance écrite de votre vétérinaire pour que nous puissions vous le délivrer.
Nous ne pouvons actuellement pas expédier le produit en dehors du Royaume-Uni car il nécessite des températures froides pendant le transport.
My dog has IVDD and problems with almost every disc from the bottom of her neck to the top of her tail, most likely due to old age as she is 16.5 years old. She has no other joint problems and her physiotherapist says she is in great shape with a good range of movement in the rest of her body. Due to having Addisons disease and taking daily replacement doses of steroids we are not able to treat her with NSAIDs, would this be an effective alternative pain relief, can it be taken with the low dose of Gabapentin she is currently on and has it been shown to help with dehydrated discs?
This product is indicated specifically for 'the alleviation of pain associated with osteoarthritis in dogs.' I recommend discussing with your vet whether it will help with the condition your dog has. If secondary arthritic changes are occuring then it may be of benefit. Unfortuantely we cannot advise on any off license use of this medication but your vet is in a position to.
How many doses of librela does it take to see an improvement
According to the data sheet 17.8% of dogs will see an improvement after 7 days and 43.5% of dogs after 28 days. We recommend following your vets advice and persisting with the treatment course as long as they advise.
Patrice de FROISSARD BROISSIA
ma chienne labrador agee de 12 ans est traitee par antiinflamatoire et ara 3000.pensez vous que librela serait conseillee.merci pour votre reponse.patrice
Librela is indicated for arthritis and can help alleviate pain associated with the disorder. It is a prescription only medication so you will need to discuss it's use with your vet as they will need to prescribe it to you. They will have your full pet history and be aware of whether it is suitable or not.
Where the pack size states 20mg > 2 vials . Is that each vial has 10mg or 2 vials each with 20mg, therefore two months worth ?
This medications comes in packs of 2 vials. Each vial is the mg stated, for example the '10mg > 2 vials' option is 2 vials both with 10mg of product within. The product is usually given monthly so this is 2 months worth.
Is this safe for dogs with kidney disease? I'm guessing it should be as it is not ingested
The use of this medication in a pet with kidney disease is not a listed contraindication. In fact it could be really useful in affected dogs as the normal therapy for arthritis of NSAID medications can be risky in dogs with kidney problems.
It is a prescription only medication so you should run any decisions of it's use past your vet. They will need to prescribe it to you.