A Healthy Pet is a Happy Pet

We strive to provide your pet with the best medical care possible by prescribing the best medicines. Our pharmacy is a vital and integral part of our clinic and plays an important role in the prevention and treatment of illnesses and medical conditions that may afflict your pet. Your pet doesn’t just need prescription medication when it is sick. They also play a vital role in the preventive care of your furry family member for things like heartworm prevention, flea and tick prevention, bone and joint development and support, clean teeth, and more! In order to get any prescription medication our friendly and experienced staff of doctors and nurses needs to examine your pet first, so schedule an appointment today!


Our online pharmacy offers convenient home delivery options

Once an initial prescription has been written we are happy to take refill requests over the phone and ship the medicine right to your door! For a complete review of Shipping Rates and Options, please click here.


What you should know about other internet pet pharmacies

Some internet pharmacies operate as fronts for businesses that break state, federal, and sometimes international law by selling medications that are counterfeit, outdated, mislabeled, incorrectly formulated, improperly stored, or improperly made. Be wary of those internet pharmacies that claim to sell real prescription pet medications at a discounted rate. The reason they can offer these discounts is often because those medications have one or more issues just listed. These faulty medications can be harmful for your pet because their efficacy to treat your pet’s illness or medical condition is likely reduced.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advises pet owners to find out exactly what they are buying when shopping for prescription pet medications online. All medications that have been inspected and approved by the FDA should carry a label that says, “Caution: Federal law restricts this drug to be used by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.” Be sure each bottle has this label before giving the medication to your pet.

For more information please visit the U.S. FDA’s website on pet health.