Your pet can be diagnosed and treated for a variety of illnesses or accidents that in the past may not have been possible but the advances of such technologies may result in a higher veterinary bill than expected.
Costs of medical equipment can be passed on a variety ways including consulting charges, treatment charges and the cost of medication. Many people comment on the increase of their monthly costs of their pets long term medications and for many this is a concern.
A vet is legally obliged to write a prescription, legislation states that if a vet is diagnosing a condition that requires medication the vet has to write a prescription for the client to then use where they choose, so they don’t have to purchase the medication from the vet and other options mean there is money to be saved.
Online pet pharmacy, Pet Dispensary is an internet based company that provides a full range of veterinary medications online. By purchasing your medications online with prices up to 50% cheaper than the vets, there are great savings to be made by asking your vet for the prescription. As well as the routine veterinary flea and worm treatment including market leaders Frontline & Drontal, Pet Dispensary offers a full range of veterinary medications that in the past were only available from the vet.
Lynsey Bacon, manager Pet Dispensary comments. “Although people are now starting to realise that pet medication can be bought online and this is becoming common practice for purchasing preventative medication like flea and worm treatments, we are finding people are still unsure about asking their vet for a prescription for medications that their pets are taking long term. People are still concerned they will ‘upset the vet’ if they request a prescription from them. This isn’t the case, vets know they have to supply the prescription and to them it is now very common practice. The amount of money people can save by purchasing the pets meds online can mean that tough decisions about the future of their pets do not have to be made. Veterinary treatment and procedures will continue to rise but there is an option for paying less for the actual medication”.
Pet Dispensary was established in 2006 and provides a full range of veterinary medications nationwide. Accredited by the VMD and with a team of qualified sales advisors who are happy to advice on pet health and any prescription concerns Pet Dispensary will help reduce monthly vet bills. Further details can be found at www.petdispensary.co.uk or call 0845 6787838