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

  • Aspenwood Vet Hospital
    1030 S 21ST ST
    Colorado Springs, CO
    (719) 578-1030
  • VCA North Academy
    5875 N Academy Blvd
    Colorado Springs, CO
    (719) 599-4443
  • Paul Egger
    13871 COUNTY ROAD 10
    Fort Lupton, CO
    (970) 815-0124
  • West Ridge Animal Hospital
    8235 W 20th St
    Greeley, CO
    (970) 300-7283
  • Colorado Center for Animal Pain Management & Rehabilitation
    287 N. HWY 287
    Lafayette, CO
    (303) 665-8866
  • Nelson Animal Hospital
    Littleton, CO
    (303) 798-1866
  • For Paws Vet Clinic
    Peyton, CO
    (719) 495-4717
  • Denver Pet Urgent Care
    6615 W 45TH AVE
    Wheat Ridge, CO
    (303) 895-7927
  • MacDonald Vet Hospital
    267 Cottage Grove Rd
    Bloomfield, CT
    (860) 242-5506
  • Housatonic Veterinary Care
    23 Kent Rd South
    Cornwall Bridge, CT
    (860) 672-4948
  • Park Lane Veterinary
    24 Park Lane
    New Milford, CT
    (860) 350-8509
  • Alternative Mobile Vet Service
    10 SAW MILL RD
    Newtown, CT
    (203) 770-7875
  • Orange Veterinary Hospital
    Orange, CT
    (203) 795-6091
  • Apple Valley Vet Hospital
    1218 S MAIN ST
    Plantsville, CT
    (860) 628-9635
  • Less Stress for Your Pet
    Portland, CT
    (860) 342-4519

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.