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    Default Re: How do you get your vet to prescribe than sell you your pet's medication?

    yes I have also learned it is as simple as asking, otherwise you're stuck paying the high high high vet prices. I usually ask for a script to be written up unless frank is really sick and we just need to get home and get him to bed with meds immediately.


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    Default Re: How do you get your vet to prescribe than sell you your pet's medication?

    Quote Originally Posted by madie4589 View Post
    yes I have also learned it is as simple as asking, otherwise you're stuck paying the high high high vet prices. I usually ask for a script to be written up unless frank is really sick and we just need to get home and get him to bed with meds immediately.

    thanks, I will do that. I am just taken aback when you go to the counter and the counterperson start keying in all the line items at their prices.
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    Default Re: How do you get your vet to prescribe than sell you your pet's medication?

    This is an excellent thread @harveyspecter

    In my case, my vet has been cheaper than my local pharmacy. But it's a small family owned drug store, not a Rite-Aid. Granted, I haven't tried every time, just once and without a script. Just walked in and asked what they would charge me for a specific antibiotic.
    But if one of my mine needed to be on medication long term, I would use 1800petmeds. I found them to have the best prices.


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