Online company Pet Dispensary who distribute veterinary medications and is based in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire helps all their sales team to acquire the qualification so that they can provide helpful advice and guidance for people who want to discuss their pet’s health and wellbeing and want to purchase veterinary preventative care medications such as Frontline and Drontal online.
Pet Dispensary manager Lynsey Bacon comments: “ I am pleased that we have 2 more ladies who have now passed the SQP qualification. This qualification allows them to provide advice on preventative healthcare and discuss the most effective preventative medications for customer’s pets without the need to visit the vet. Ordering pet medication online is proving a popular choice mainly due to the price and ease of ordering . We are happy to discuss with people over the phone the best options for their pet and are we are recognised for our friendly, informative approach.
The SQP qualification doesn’t allow the prescribing of prescription medications and we would encourage people to first call their vet if their pet is ill or injured. If you do get a prescription from the vet we are then to able to help with providing the medications prescribed at affordable prices. Unlike some online companies we are happy to take orders both through the internet and over the phone, people appreciate our caring, personal approach which we believe one of the most important parts of good customer service”
The SQP qualification is still relatively unknown unless you are associated with the veterinary or animal health industry. Once this qualification has been achieved it allows the holder to be able to both prescribe and supply a range of veterinary medication. As legislation now allows veterinary medications to be sold online, the SQP qualification allows people to provide advice and supply the medications legally.