Find a vet who can help treat canine OA, FeLV and/or FIV.

Find a vet near you who’s currently using LTCI to treat osteoarthritis in dogs or FeLV and/or FIV in cats. Can’t find one? We can send you info to help your vet learn about this revolutionary treatment aid.

Veterinarian Directory

  • Area Wide Vet Clinic
    3602 U S HIGHWAY 59 S
    Livingston, TX
    (936) 327-0014
  • Highland Lakes Veterinary Clinic
    1110 FM 1431 West
    Marble Falls, TX
    (830) 693-5438
  • Animal Medical Center
    7017 N 10TH ST STE T
    McAllen, TX
    (956) 683-7387
  • Angel Vet Clinic
    Odessa, TX
    (432) 381-0470
  • Angel Animal Hospital
    3323 Burke Rd.
    Pasadena, TX
    (713) 944-2424
  • Central Texas Animal Hospital
    1200 Pecan Street West
    Pflugerville, TX
    (512) 251-2274
  • Humane Animal Hospital
    Plano, TX
    (972) 578-2553
  • Pleasanton Animal Clinic
    PO BOX 280
    Pleasanton, TX
    (830) 569-2642
  • Robinson Drive Animal Hospital
    1209 S ROBINSON DR
    Robinson, TX
    (254) 662-2380
  • Thrive Affordable Vet Care
    603 Louis Henna Blvd
    Round Rock, TX
    (512) 960-2671
  • Heart of TX Vet Specialty Center
    Round Rock, TX
    (512) 744-4644
  • Pet Vax
    8301 Lakeview Parkway
    Rowlett, TX
    (214) 774-9673
  • Becker Animal Hospital
    6515 W IH 10
    San Antonio, TX
    (210) 732-5148
  • Broadway Oak Animal Hospital
    8221 BROADWAY ST
    San Antonio, TX
    (210) 824-7481
  • VCA Health Asso Vet Hosital
    11214 Iota Dr
    San Antonio, TX
    (210) 655-1373

Printable Info for Your Vet

FeLV and FIV

FeLV and FIV Fact Sheet

When it comes to seeking treatment for your pet, not everyone knows exactly what to say to their local veterinarian. We've provided this downloadable PDF, allowing you to print out the info about LTCI that your vet will understand. Just click on the link below, print out the file, and bring it (along with the order form below) with you to your next appointment.

FeLV and FIV Order Form

Veterinarian Order Form

LTCI is available in both 3 and 10-dosage packs, but is only able to be purchased and administered by a licensed veterinarian. You can download this order form, print it out, and provide it to your local vet so they can quickly and easily order the dosage that's right for you and your feline companion. Your new treatment option is just a click away.