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Question DetailsAsked on 7/9/2014

are on-line veterinary pharmacies safe?

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We use PetCareRX for several years now and overall pay less than at the Vet. Provide them with your email and you will get offers all the time. Right now - Promo code DREAM23 and you save 23% on your order over 35 USD plus free shipping.

So far, their service was safe and reliable. I would recommand PetCareRX.

Answered 6 years ago by Guest_9773794


As with anything on the web, some are, some not so much.

PetMed and Doctors Foster and Smith are two our vet recommended.

And one surprising one that we have used - WalMart does pet prescriptions for the more common pet meds, at very low prices compared to direct from the vet. Many of the medications are used for people too, so you can get that type filled at many discount pharmacies, RiteAide, etc.

For articles and reviews, google this search phrase - pet pharmacy online

Answered 6 years ago by LCD


When ordering your pet's medications online, we recommend you look for the Vet-VIPPS accreditation (Veterinary Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Site). This seal tells you that the pharmacy has successfully completed the rigorous accreditation process by demonstrating the professional operations of the pharmacy, including the maintenance of policies and procedures that protect the veterinarian-client-patient relationship, ensure the appropriate handling of prescription medications, provide appropriate medication information, and ensure quality pharmacy practices are continuously offered.

When you choose a pharmacy such as 1800PetMeds that specializes in pet medications, you also have access to a team of pharmacists who are licensed in human pharmacy and have also had extensive training in veterinary pharmacy.
~ Abby, PetMeds Pro

Answered 6 years ago by PetMedsPro

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