Galliprant – for Osteoarthritis in Dogs

Galliprant is a new medication that treats pain and inflammation due to osteoarthritis in dogs. What this means for dogs is more years of comfortable running, jumping, and playing.  It means getting up and taking more frequent and longer walks with their families.  Dogs who have their pain treated are more likely to exercise more, maintain […]

Duralactin – A Nutraceutical for Inflammation

Duralactin is a nutritional supplement that is used to treat inflammation, supporting normal activity and wellness.  It is made from dried milk protein, a natural product.  We at Evesham Veterinary Clinic are excited to carry this new product. Here is some information from the manufacturer, Veterinary Products Laboratories. Duralactin® Products Can be used for many different types […]

Pain Management

Evesham Veterinary Clinic offers modern pain management for dogs, cats, and other animals.  In the last few decades, there has been an explosion of interest in how animals perceive pain, and many more therapeutic options have become available.  This has resulted in more comfort and improved outcomes for our patients. Medications NSAIDS Rimadyl (Carprofen) Deramaxx (Deracoxib) […]

Your Senior Cat

Your Senior Cat Old age is not a disease As a result of advances in veterinary medicine, more knowledgeable care and improved nutrition, cats are now living much longer, healthier lives. But, just as for humans, the passage of time has its effects, and you may begin to notice that your once-frisky feline seems to […]

Osteoarthritis – Cats

Osteoarthritis If your cat no longer appears interested in playing with his or her favourite mouse toy for hours on end, there may be a good reason – osteoarthritis. A chronic, degenerative joint disease that makes movement difficult and painful, osteoarthritis mainly strikes pets in their middle and senior years. However, younger animals can also […]

Osteoarthritis – Dogs

Osteoarthritis If your dog doesn’t jump to greet you on your return home each evening, there may be a good reason – osteoarthritis. A chronic, degenerative joint disease that makes movement difficult and painful, osteoarthritis mainly strikes pets in their middle and senior years. However, younger animals can also be affected. In fact, studies show […]