You can save up to 76% on the cost of pet meds and food if you follow these instructions!
You go to the pet drugs online website and download their prescription form. You print that out and take it with you to your veterinarian. He or she diagnosis and prescribes the medication. You ask your vet to complete the form that you brought with you.
You go to the pet drugs online website and order your meds and food at a great discount compared to the prices at a veterinary clinic in the UK. At checkout you will be asked to upload a photograph of the prescription. You can photograph it using your smartphone and upload that image or scan it using a scanner. Once that has been approved you can then pay for the products and leave the website.
The website says that you save up to 76% on pet meds and food and they provide a number of examples such as flea and tick medication which you can buy on this website at a 60% discount. The same discount is applicable for wormers. On dry cat food you say 45% and so on.
I think that you probably know that cat food sold at veterinary clinics is invariably more expensive than bought online or from supermarkets. But the big advantage here is pet medication. Until now I had never sought a prescription from a veterinarian. I have automatically been prescribed the medication by veterinarian and then gone to the counter at the clinic and bought that medication. No prescription documents were completed. It is all done verbally.
So, I’m delighted actually to see that you can request a prescription. I don’t know how veterinarians in the UK will respond to this. I also know that in America prescriptions are totally normal and expected. In the UK I don’t think they are expected. Visitors to veterinarians with their companion animals expect their pet to be diagnosed and medication prescribed which they purchase there and then before leaving the clinic.
This seems to me to be an entirely new process (wrong? Tell me in a comment please). Please note, however, that I am not promoting pet drugs online and taking a commission for it. Absolutely not. I am simply thinking about cat and dog owners who want to save some money. Also, I am concerned for veterinarians who need to make a good living because they are highly qualified. But the problem is they are not competitive in respect of medications and foods.