What’s new in your veterinarian’s new pet medication?
If you or anyone you know is experiencing a communication breakdown, we want to know.
To get started, please read on.
To begin, it is important to understand what medication your dog has been taking.
It is important that you contact your veterinarian for more information about the medication that your dog is on.
If your veterinarian is a registered veterinarian, they will be able to tell you more about your dog.
If your veterinarian does not have your veterinarian contact information, please call them to ask for a prescription.
For more information on medication, please refer to your veterinarian.
A complete list of medications is available on the Medication Review & Authorization section of the Vetmedication website.
For the medication you have been prescribed, please contact your pet’s veterinarian for a written copy.
Please be sure to include your veterinarian license number and the medication name and the date your dog received it.
Please call your veterinarian at 513-255-3825 if you or any of your pets are receiving medication in the mail.
The veterinary pharmacy will provide you with a prescription form with your prescription and the pharmacist will mail it to you.
A completed prescription can be obtained from your veterinarian or from the pet shop where your pet was purchased.
If you need help filling out your prescription, please consult your veterinarian to make sure you are filling it correctly.
The pharmacy will mail your prescription to your address.
Please make sure to leave it with the pharmacare attendant, who will verify your receipt of the medication.
The pharmacy will then mail you your prescription within a week.
Please note:If your dog was vaccinated with rabies, please keep this vaccination history with you at all times.
If you have any questions about your pet, please feel free to contact your vet.