Re: [FH] Trustworthy online vet pharmacies?
- For online pet pharmacies, I've used Valuevet.com and drsfostersmith.com.
Fosters and Smith will only take written prescriptions sent snail mail or a fax
from the vet's office. They really helped last month when my vet's staff dragged
their feet on getting me the prescription. I was looking at being late on my
dog's Adequan injection, so Fosters & Smith fedexed it to me without charging me
more. I especially appreciated this as it's not a "life saving" med, they were
just trying to fix a situation they didn't even cause.
I also wonder if your friend can fill the script at a people pharmacy at least
for the Cialis? My heart kitty's vet gives me written prescriptions for her
heart meds, which I fill at Kroger (where her heart med is on their list of low
cost prescription meds, so $10 for a month's supply). I know Publix, Target,
Walgreen's, and many other stores have similar programs, though their list of
low cost drugs varies (most are online). (BTW, Publix does free antibiotics and
includes dogs/cats too).
I understand Costco's pharmacy one of the least expensive (in some cases by
quite a bit based on what I've learned from the folks on the k9epilepsy list)
and you don't have to be a Costco member to use their pharmacy.
Sue & Boo
From: Jim Sinclair
Sender: feline heart yahoo group
Subject: [FH] Trustworthy online vet pharmacies?
Sent: Jan 26, 2011 12:01 PM
A listmate in another group I'm in has posted a request for "trustable" and
affordable online pharmacies or laboratories from which he could order
medications for his cat, who has a heart problem. The drugs he says his cat
needs are Cialis and Vetmedin. (When I first read "Cialis" I wondered why on
earth a cat with heart disease would need an erectile dysfunction drug, but
according to Wikipedia -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cialis - it's also marketed
under the name Adcirca for pulmonary arterial hypertension.) Anyone know of
reliable and affordable sources for those drugs? Jim Sinclair jisincla@...