Introducing Solensia!

A once a month injection that helps control pain associated with feline osteoarthritis (OA).

OA is a type of arthritis that occurs when the tissue in your cat’s joints starts to wear down, causing bones to rub against one another.

Osteoarthritis in Cats

Solensia helps control the pain of OA, helping to improve mobility, comfort, and well-being.

Solensia works like your cat’s natural antibodies to reduce pain.

77% of cat owners reported improvement in signs of pain when their cats were treated monthly.

Solensia is a once a month injection, administered at a veterinary clinic. In clinical studies, Solensia was demonstrated to be long-acting and well tolerated. The most commonly reported side effects were vomiting and injection site soreness.

If you think Solensia may help your cat, please call or text the office to make an appointment.

Chiropractic & Laser

Dr. Karen Hannah will be here the following Thursdays in January 12th and 26th



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