Rebates and Insurance Coverage

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Get ready for your dog’s Synovetin OA® treatment…and start looking forward to many months of active, joyful pain relief

Just think how great it will be to have your best friend running, jumping, and playing again. That’s what your upcoming appointment for Synovetin OA will help make possible.

This unique arthritis treatment goes to work deep inside your dog’s elbow right where it hurts, eliminating the harmful cells that cause inflammation and pain. After this single treatment, you’ll soon be back to doing all the things you love to do together.

But, before your visit, here are a few things to know so that you and your dog are ready to go.

1. Insurance coverage for Synovetin OA

Synovetin OA is covered by many nationally-available pet insurance companies. If you currently have pet insurance, contact your provider to see if Synovetin OA treatment is covered. Or, speak with your veterinarian for more information.

2. Track your dog’s progress

Please use your smartphone to take some short videos of your dog’s limping and lameness.  Then upload those videos here. We’d love to follow your dog and track it’s progress before and after Synovetin OA treatment!

3. Pre-register now and get up to $250 in rebates

Have your dog treated with Synovetin OA and receive a voucher to use for any products and/or services at the veterinary hospital that first recommended Synovetin OA to you or referred you for treatment. Receive $250 if two joints are treated with Synovetin OA or receive $100 if one joint is treated.*

* Conditions apply – see form for details.

Complete the rebate pre-registration form below.

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What to expect after the Synovetin OA® procedure

Synovetin OA uses a special form of nuclear medicine designed for degenerative joint disease in dogs that delivers microscopic medical radiation particles—called tin-117m—to treat inflammation inside the elbow joint. Synovetin OA is not absorbed systemically like other dog arthritis treatments. Its activity targets only the elbow joint.

Synovetin OA has a long-lasting effect on inflammation and dog joint pain. Plus, extensive safety studies of Synovetin OA showed it did not cause adverse effects and is safe for both your dog and your family.

Home care instructions after getting Synovetin OA

The best news about this dog arthritis injection is that virtually all dogs can go home the same day. And they can get back to any level of activity they are comfortable with.

You will need to follow some very simple homecare instructions for a short period of time following the treatment.

The veterinarian at your Treatment Center will make sure you have all the information you need when you take your dog home.

If you have any questions, please feel free to
email us at [email protected] or call us
at (833) 942-1247.

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Amazing Synovetin OA Success Stories

As you get ready for your Synovetin OA consultation, take a minute to watch real pet parents share their experience and see before and after videos showing how this revolutionary treatment has transformed their dogs’ lives.

Important Information About Synovetin OA®

This treatment can only be given by veterinarians at hospitals licensed in nuclear medicine.  Temporary discomfort in the treated elbow of some dogs has been reported.  Pet owners are provided instructions to moderate proximity to the treated joint for a short period of time following treatment.  For more information, talk with your veterinarian. Please see Consumer Product Information for more information.