Where to Fill Your Dog’s Prescriptions

Using your regular pharmacy may be cheaper, but is it always safe for your pet? Here’s how to make the decision.

Your dog is prescribed the pain-relieving medicine gabapentin — a drug also commonly prescribed for people. Because it’s cheaper from a pharmacy for people than from the vet, you decide to have the prescription filled at your local drug store. Going to your regular pharmacy is also more convenient. It’s right inside the supermarket. The […]
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