it works!!!!! also easy on the liver/kidney
by brad fritchman on 09/22/2020
Fast shipping, great price....was paying $30 for a two week supply at Vet. My dog is a 12 year old min pin with hip dysplasia
by AVW on 09/20/2020
Galliprant works and is a safe anti-inflammatory but it is expensive.
by mary on 12/19/2019
We have seen a marked improvement in our dog's overall health since we have given her these tablets. However, we also have been giving her Dasuquin Advanced and CBD oil (600mg). We don't know which of these, if not all of them, are the reason. We don't want to take her off one to find out.
by James on 11/03/2019
Our 10 year old boxer is like a pup again! My poor girl has such bad arthritis in her hips. Nothing was helping until our vet suggested this. In two days she is playing and jumping and having no trouble getting up out of her bed!
by Robyn Cerone on 09/18/2019
get this if your dog has joint issues with age, makes them like a puppy again, the rule is, although prescription is 1 mg per/lbs of your dog. Highly recommend this product, without it... Chloe would have to be put down because she can't get around at 14 years.
by Rikki Tikki on 09/02/2019
My 10 year old St. Bernard has serious osteoarthritis and other non-hereditary hip issues. Gallprant has significantly improved his mobility by reducing his inflammation. The change was noticeable within a week and the results continue to be aamazing. I am very pleased with the results .
by Frank White on 07/15/2019
Our old girl is doing so much better with the Galliprant Rx.
by Matt on 05/25/2019
This product has helped my arthritic 13 year old lab be more comfortable.
by Pennie's MOM on 05/18/2019
Galliprant has made a huge difference in our 9 year old 100lb Golden's comfort. It worked within a couple of days and he enjoys running, playing ball and hops into the car like he did before. It's expensive in my opinion, almost $100/mo but, it definitely works for him. Therefore, I do highly recommend this medicine. No side effects that we've noticed.
by Brian on 07/07/2018
I have had 3 labs who could not take Rimadyl due to hepatotoxicity (near life threatening adverse reactions)..
For labs like these -who especially who have serious ADR to carprofen - there are little alternatives for good pain relief
My vet told me about Galliprant and it is a new drug and is not inexpensive. But it was worth it to see my 9 year old otherwise healthy lab regain mobility, activity and just be the great lab that she is.
Galliprant was a miracle drug- my lab is now better than I ever remember. She plays, runs, jumps - even gets into trouble ... it is beautiful and well worth the cost as the health benefits are immeasurable! Thank you to my vet and the team who developed this drug- that is easy on the vital organs of dogs and especially seniors. I now have a 10 year old lab puppy! Its a beautiful thing
by C L Jones on 01/24/2018
This is the MOST amazing new medication - especially for dogs (and mostly Labradors) that are unable to take Rimadyl due to hepatotoxicity (severe and deadly). This is my 3rd lab who is unable to take Rimadyl and this is the first time a new drug is available with an outstanding ability to relieve pain, stiffness and mobility issues. My 10 year old lab with some chronic and seasonal arthritis is now running and playing like she is 3! She has no stomach upset or laboratory abnormalities - so this is really a miracle drug for the right patient (canine). We have been using this for about 5 months and continue to be amazed at the playfulness and sharp mental acuity of a senior lab in her 2nd childhood! Amazing and thankful!
by Cynthia J on 11/29/2017
My 15 y/o dog is suffering from severe arthritis. He can't bend his front limbs much. He takes this daily and it helps monitor his pain, but hasn't done much for his mobility. We have had success with Rimadyl, as he can run and play on Rimadyl, but we decided to stick to Galliprant as it won't affect his kidneys. For pain, it works great, but it's sad to see him barely being able to walk because he's so stiff.
by PepSo on 11/11/2017