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Treating a pet with medications can pose unique challenges. Our compounded medications are prepared in a wide array of customized dosages and dosage forms including topical sprays, oral solutions, treats, transdermal gels and creams. Compounded preparations are always prepared from FDA approved animal or human drugs. These preparations are prepared and evaluated in a manner consistent with current potency, purity and stability standards.


Our pharmacists have completed a rigorous program of study specific to veterinary compounding. This program includes foundational clinical concepts and specialized study of the anatomy and physiology of different species including: canine, feline, equine, rabbit and avian.


Our pharmacists have access to thousands of formulas for all types of conditions, so they can work with your veterinarian to determine the best treatment for your pet. Below are some examples of commonly prescribed compounded medications for pets.


Metronidazole or Doxycycline suspension for infection


Prednisolone animal treats for inflammation


Topical Methimazole gel for treatment of hyperthyroidism


Phenobarbital capsules for seizure disorder


Clomipramine animal treats for anxiety or compulsive behaviors







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