Vet Medicine

Pharmacists can collaborate with your veterinarian to improve therapeutic outcomes and compliance success in pets, exotics and wildlife populations. Compounding in veterinary medicine is an invaluable resource as there is a lack of approved-veterinary drugs on the market and available drugs often lack the proper strength and dosage for the animal.

Additionally, compliance challenges exist with administration due to taste, smell and texture preferences of our pets.

Compounding creates opportunity to alleviate these physical barriers and reduce dosing schedules with creative delivery methods. Co-administration of medications is also a possibility, thereby decreasing the number of prescriptions required to treat your pet.

Our compounding pharmacists adhere strictly to the principles of good manufacturing practices and contemporary pharmaceutical chemistry.

Common Veterinary Options include:

  • Flavor specialization- chicken, liver, alfalfa
  • Sugar-free formulations
  • Topical powders
  • Transdermals
  • Chewable flavored troches
  • Oral suspensions and paste
  • Gels – topical/oral
  • Rectal suppositories
  • Individualized concentrated doses
  • Commercially unavailable medications