Platelets that are found in whole blood contain many healing growth factors and bio active proteins. These proteins can initiate healing and assist with inflammation. This therapy can also help a pet suffering from arthritis, wound care, post surgical healing, and more. In veterinary medicine, PRP is most often used for tendon/ligament injuries and osteoarthritis. Other cases where PRP therapy is helpful include: corneal ulcers, stomatitis in cats, and wound healing. PRP offers an affordable and all-natural alternative to drugs and steroids.