What is a veterinary pharmacy?

Veterinary pharmacy is the professional practice that makes sure your animal is getting the best results from his medications. Sometimes when a pet needs a medication that is not typically carried or manufactured by drug companies, your vet can ask the pharmacist for compounded medication, or many times the strength available just isn’t right for your pet.

What is Compounding?
Compounding is the art of customizing medications to fit individual needs. Standard methods of delivery, dosage, strength, or taste can be customized to avoid problems or make a medication easier to give to your pet.

Compounding makes it easy to give your pet medication

1. Does Piper hate taking medication?
2. Do you have trouble giving Roscoe pills?
3. Does Lofton need special medicine?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then compounded medications might be the answer. We’re experts at compounding and have assisted thousand of pet onwers over the years.

Through compounding we can:

  • Make some oral medications into a topical treatment that can be rubbed into the skin of your pet’s ear for easier administration.
  • Add flavors to make medications flavored to something that your pet appreciates!
  • Make some pills into flavored solutions or suspensions
  • Make medications that have been discontinued
  • Customize the strength and form of medication just for your pet

Discontinued Medications
Having trouble obtaining drugs that are no longer commercially produced? Contact Julie or Kaysi as we can help most of the time. We can compound discontinued and unavailable drugs, per your veterinarian’s specifications.

Animal Pharmacy offers:

  • Prescription Medication
  • Non-Prescription Medication
  • Compounding Services
  • Animal Care Products
  • Animal Vitamins
  • Shipping Throughout The U.S. (FREE standard shipping for all compounded medications)
  • Custom strength of medications for seizures, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, parasitic infections, etc.
  • Discontinued, combination, custom formulated products
  • Ask your veterinarian if compounding is right for your pet’s medication needs.

For questions and assistance, you may call 1-800-663-5261 or leave us a message through our online Contact Us form.

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