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Pharmacy knows your pets are like members of your family, so we carry a full line of prescription pet medications in our pharmacy.
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If your pet's medication appears different or has changed in any way, it is always best to double check that the prescription has been filled correctly. Typically, the difference is due to a change in the manufacturer and your prescription bottle will indicate the change with a label stating, “This is the correct medication that has been prescribed, although the size and shape may appear different”. Pharmacy knows your pets are like members of your family, so we carry a full line of prescription pet medications in our pharmacy.
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If you or members of your family have ever taken a prescription medication, then you're probably familiar with the process of filling the prescription at your local pharmacy. Just as with human medications, some pet medications also require a prescription. Your pet's veterinarian will evaluate your pet and determine which medication may be necessary for your dog or cat. Some pet medications are available over the counter (OTC) which means that no prescription is needed. Other pet medications are classified by the FDA as prescription only, which means that they cannot be dispensed without an authorization from your veterinarian. It depends upon which flea medicine you select. Many of the most common topical flea medications such as , and do not require a prescription. Some of the newer oral flea and tick medications such as and are classified as prescription medications. One of the benefits of these oral medications is that they are more effective in keeping your pet flea-free. Your veterinarian can help you decide which flea treatment is best for your dog or cat. We will only contact your veterinarian if you are purchasing a prescription medication. If your order consists only of non-prescription products, we'll ship it right away, usually the very same day. If you're ordering prescription medications for your pet, we'll just need you to provide us with your vet's name and telephone number and we'll take it from there! A member of our pharmacy team will contact your vet to obtain the approval for your pet's medication by telephone or fax. We are required by law to know your pet's medical issues, weight, breed, and age as it is necessary to ensure safety in dispensing prescription medications for your pet. For some over-the-counter (non-prescription) items we might need to know your pet's weight and type to make sure your pet receives the right product. But the more we know about your pet, the better we can suggest the right products to meet your pet's needs, so we encourage you to supply us with all of your pet's medical information.It's simple! Just select the prescription item, and proceed to checkout. As a licensed pharmacy, we can only dispenseprescription medications (e.g., Heartgard Plus, Revolution, Sentinel, Rimadyl) with authorization from your pet's veterinarian. You will be asked to provide your veterinarian's contact information for verification purposes. If you prefer, you may mail your pet's prescription to us at: — This resource, developed by the OVMA Prescription Drug Task Force, offers guidance on working with your veterinarian and pharmacist to ensure your pet gets the right medications and lists common over-the-counter drugs that are not safe for your pets.