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Help Cat Owners Understand OA Pain

Educating cat owners about osteoarthritis (OA) can enable them to recognize signs and be prepared to discuss OA pain at their veterinary visit.

PRE- DIAGNOSIS

Prepare Cat Owners for the Conversation

Share these downloadable resources with pet owners in-clinic or before their appointment to help start a conversation about the signs and symptoms of OA pain.

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In-Practice

Pet Owner Brochure

Help cat owners understand both signs and treatment options for osteoarthritis pain.

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In-Practice

Checklist Poster

Hang this 17” x 11” poster in your practice as an easy checklist for pet owners to use.

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Email

Pet Owner Email Attachment

Use this attachment to reach out to pet owners before they come into your practice.

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Social Media

Pet Owner Social Post

Familiarize pet owners with osteoarthritis signs on your social channels.


See how your team can start the conversation about OA pain.

DIAGNOSIS

Why Solensia?

Use these resources to prepare cat owners so they know what to expect when they treat their cat’s OA pain with Solensia.

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In-Practice

Pet Owner Brochure

Help cat owners understand both signs and treatment options for osteoarthritis pain.

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Email

Email Attachment

Use this attachment to share additional information about treating OA pain in cats.

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Social Media

Treatment Social Post

Show pet owners how Solensia can help control OA pain for their cat.


Get in-practice tips to help your team discuss diagnosis and treatment.

ONGOING TREATMENT

Check in with Your Clients

Keeping a regular treatment routine with Solensia can improve the quality of life for pet owners and cats.1

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Email

Tracking Progress Email Attachment

Use this attachment as a first touchpoint after their initial treatment with Solensia.

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Email

Thank You Email Attachment

After 2-3 weeks, this attachment serves as an additional check in to assess treatment.

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In-Practice

Talking Points

This one-sheeter gives pet owners information about what to expect through the treatment process.

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Social Media

Tracking Progress Social Post

Remind pet owners to track the treatment progress for their cat.


Review best practices to implement this information at your practice.

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View tips for examining cats for OA

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Find additional resources for OA pain

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Get an OA checklist for your clients

References

  1. Gruen ME, Myers JAE, Lascelles BDX. Efficacy and safety of an anti-nerve growth factor antibody (frunevetmab) for the treatment of degenerative joint disease-associated chronic pain in cats: a multisite pilot field study. Front Vet Sci. 2021;8:610028. doi:19.3389/fvets.2021.610028.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION:

See full Prescribing Information. For use in cats only. Women who are pregnant, trying to conceive or breastfeeding should take extreme care to avoid self-injection. Hypersensitivity reactions, including anaphylaxis, could potentially occur with self-injection. Solensia should not be used in breeding cats or in pregnant or lactating queens. Solensia should not be administered to cats with known hypersensitivity to frunevetmab. The most common adverse events reported in a clinical study were vomiting and injection site pain.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION:

See full Prescribing Information. For use in cats only. Women who are pregnant, trying to conceive or breastfeeding should take extreme care to avoid self-injection. Hypersensitivity reactions, including anaphylaxis, could potentially occur with self-injection. Solensia should not be used in breeding cats or in pregnant or lactating queens. Solensia should not be administered to cats with known hypersensitivity to frunevetmab. The most common adverse events reported in a clinical study were vomiting and injection site pain.