As a pet owner, you would want to give your pet the highest quality veterinary care- ideal in size, strength, and dosage form. However, animals in general are extremely difficult to treat with medications and cats are notorious for refusing to swallow pills. In addition, the medicines to be given to a 70 - pound Afghan hound may not be ideal for a Yorkshire terrier. Wallis pharmacy works closely with veterinarians and clients to prepare compounded flavored veterinary formulations that meet the unique needs of each animal- cats, dogs, horses etc
The practice of pharmacy compounding is becoming a popular solution to veterinary problems. Compounding as we know is the art and science of preparing customized medicines that serve the unique needs of the patient – whether an individual or an animal. Animals also have variations of the same diseases humans have including skin rashes, eye and ear infections, heart conditions, cancer and diabetes. Compounding broadens veterinarians’ prescribing options, allowing them to offer customized dosage forms that meet each animal’s specific needs and solve medication problems. The goal of compounding for pets, exotics and zoo animals is to enhance the veterinarian’s ability to treat the animals in a more effective and efficient manner.
Wallis Pharmacy provides Veterinary Compounding medicines for
A prescription from a licensed practitioner is required for compounded medications
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