Norbrook Releases Carprofen Injection for Dogs

Norbrook’s Carprieve is available in 20 ml and 50 ml bottles.

Pharmaceutical company Norbrook Laboratories, Ltd. has announced its new Carprieve (carprofen) Injection for Dogs. Carprieve Injection is a subcutaneous injectable carprofen designed for the relief of pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis and for the control of postoperative pain associated with soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries in dogs.

According to Jonathan Whitt, the marketing manager for Companion Animals, Norbrook, Inc.,  Caprieve is “a generic alternative to Rimadyl Injectable where a veterinarian prescribes injectable carprofen for pain relief in dogs,” he added.

Norbrook says the Carprieve Injection contains the same active ingredient, formulation and dosing regimen as Rimadyl.

Carprieve Injection is available from veterinary product suppliers in 20 mL and 50 mL bottles. 

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