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Toby: From rescue pup to comeback kid.

For Toby, the good ol’ days didn’t start when he was a puppy. They began when he was adopted by his rescue family, who nursed him back to health and showered him with love. They watched hockey with him on the couch and took him for car rides in the sunshine. Together, they formed a deep, loving bond. So, when Toby’s osteoarthritis pain slowed him down, his family was crushed. It was heartbreaking to watch him struggle.

After consulting with his veterinarian, his family decided to try Galliprant® (grapiprant tablets), a targeted NSAID that delivers relief from the pain and inflammation associated with canine osteoarthritis. They were thrilled with Toby’s response to the medication. He was snuggling on the couch again! And jumping into the car to take a spin around the block! Watch how Galliprant helped Toby get back to living his best life.

"Once he started taking the medicine, maybe a week later I started seeing improvements."

—Bob, Toby’s dad

*Individual responses may vary.

Ready to ride: Nothing makes Bob and Toby happier than a spin in the convertible on a sunny day. So when Toby’s osteoarthritis pain kept him from hopping into the car, Bob was worried sick about his beloved companion. Now, thanks to Galliprant, the cruising buddies are back in action, and Bob is over the moon.

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BOB:

When Toby arrived at the house, he was malnourished. He had a scab that ran from the back of his head all the way through his tail on his back. His fur was matted. He was shy. He was in very bad shape.

Little by little, he bonded. You definitely can see the difference in him. He’s a born-again dog, he’s a brand-new dog.

Toby is part of the family. He wakes up with me in the morning and goes to sleep when I go to sleep. You know, if I’m sitting on the couch watching sports he’ll sit right next to me. He’s kind of a daddy’s boy.

You know, it broke my heart when I saw Toby is not doing what he used to do. That he wouldn’t get up by himself. Getting into the car, I had to boost him up. I said, oh boy. How much time do I have with Toby?

DR. DONNA SCHWARTZ:

Toby is an amazing, sweet, older Golden Retriever that I’ve been taking care of for numerous years.

BOB:

When Toby was diagnosed with osteoarthritis, of course you’re very concerned. When Dr. Schwartz mentioned the Galliprant® (grapiprant tablets), I went home and I did my research on it.

DR. DONNA SCHWARTZ:

I felt that the Galliprant was the best option for Toby. Galliprant has one job to do, which is to block that inflammatory mediator that’s causing his pain from his osteoarthritis.

BOB:

Once he started taking the medicine, maybe a week later I started seeing improvements.

DR. DONNA SCHWARTZ:

I’m happy to report that he definitely looks like he is feeling better, definitely has more energy.

BOB:

He’s up. He’ll run out back. He’ll follow the other dogs. He’s playing. You can see the smile on his face, he’s happy.

DR. DONNA SCHWARTZ:

Dogs are put on this earth for, you know, a special reason, and I think Toby’s was to make people smile. He still had a smile on his face no matter what, but it definitely seemed bigger today.

BOB:

Toby’s the comeback kid.

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INDICATION

Galliprant is an NSAID that controls pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis in dogs.

Important Safety Information

Not for use in humans. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Monitoring is recommended if used long term. Should not be used in dogs who are allergic to grapiprant or with other anti-inflammatory drugs. The safe use of Galliprant has not been studied in dogs younger than 9 months of age and less than 8 pounds, breeding, pregnant or lactating dogs, or dogs with heart disease. The most common adverse reactions were vomiting, diarrhea, decreased appetite and tiredness. View full product label for complete safety information or contact your veterinarian.