Obtaining pet medications
As with all prescription-strength pet medications, you’ll need a valid prescription from a licensed veterinarian to obtain medications for your pet. While you can administer some over-the-counter medical solutions to your dog or cat, it’s important to do your research and consult a trained, qualified veterinary medicine professional before deciding what medications you can give to your animals and in what doses. If cost is keeping you from getting the meds your pet needs, check in with our pharmacy staff in store or over the phone to see what prices are available for the medications you need. You may be able to find a workable solution that keeps your pets happy and healthy without exceeding your budget. Don’t substitute human medications for your pet’s meds; some drugs and compounds that are safe for humans can be dangerous for your four-legged companions and could even lead to death.
What pet medications are available? Call our Toll free number for any questions you might have.
We carry major pet prescription medications and brands plus a range of generic options. As with human medications, generics are chemically identical to their brand-name counterparts but are usually less expensive because they’re not marketed and sold under a drug brand name. We also carry recognizable brands to combat illness and carry out preventative care treatment. Issues like worm or parasite infection, flea infestation, skin conditions, organ disorders, wound care, behavioral disorders and arthritis relief are all covered in the range of drugs we offer through the Pet Medications section of our pharmacy.
Call our Toll free number for any questions you might have.