Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Lowering the Cost of Your Dog's Medication Looking for ways to save on your dog's care? Pills for your pooch can now be filled at many pharmacies, sometimes at a significant cost savings over getting the same order from a veterinarian. Retail outlets with pharmacies are using low-cost prescription medications to entice customers to their doors. Places like Target and Wal-Mart can fill prescription drugs for much less, or free in some cases, even if the medication is for your pooch. As long as you have a valid prescription from your dog's veterinarian, the pharmacy may be able to fill it. Savings are substantial, one customer was paying $49 for her dog's medication that she was able to get from a retail chain pharmacy for $6. It's worth checking out. Ask your local pharmacy how much your dog's prescription might be. The answer might be a pleasant surprise.

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