Veterinary Compounding Pharmacy

How a Compounding Pharmacy Can Help Your Pet Take Its Medication

A veterinary compounding pharmacy can help by altering your pet medicine so that it is easier to administer, including making it taste better. By seeking help from a pet health pharmacy, an owner can rest easy knowing that administering yucky medicine to a stubborn or unhappy pet doesn’t have to be a grueling process every time.

Pets and animals of all kind can benefit from compounded pet medication. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Birds
  • Horses
  • Rabbits
  • Reptiles
  • Zoo or aquarium animals
  • And more!
Please note: Compounded medications from a compounding pharmacy are not intended for use in food and food-producing animals. All veterinary medications require a prescription from your veterinarian.

Contact us today to see what the options are for your pet medications.

Frequently Asked Questions on Compounded Pet Medications

With the wide variety of animals that people keep in their households, our pet pharmacy hears an equally wide variety of questions about compounded pet meds. Below, we answer several of the most frequently asked questions. Just click on any question of interest to see our response:

What flavors can a compounding veterinary pharmacy create for pet medication?
Other than orally, what are other ways to administer pet medication?
How can a compounding veterinary pharmacy adjust dosage size of pet medication?
What happens if my pet needs medication that is not typically manufactured by drug companies?
Do you have sterile and ophthalmic pet medications available?
What kind of equipment does your facility use to create my pet medicine?
How do I get compounding pet medicine in my state?
Is it possible to get compounded pet medication for my pet without a prescription?
Can I take my pet’s prescribed compounded medication and administer it to another pet I own?

How to Get Compounded Pet Meds

Our compounding pharmacists are standing by to concoct a pet medication that you can administer easily and that will ease his or her condition. Talk to a veterinarian about your pet’s ailment, get a written prescription and then contact us if we can customize the medication in any way to your pet’s needs and preferences.

If you have any questions about pet medications in the meantime, fill out our online contact form to get expert advice from a licensed compounding pharmacist.

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