With all the discount med sites that claim their meds are cheaper, why can I get .25 mg /120 cap bottle at my vet for almost a third of what these sites charge. If I can get a bottle for $55.00, imagine what these sites cost is.
I have found my vet to be competitive on prescription and non-prescription medications. In general if I am using something on a long term basis I get a written prescriptions and shop for best price...usually on the Web.
Can you get me some? Ha-ha! I pay $77 from my vet for Rimadyl and $55 online! Is it a generic instead?
My vet recently told me they're considering carrying generic anti-inflammatory arthritis meds. I bet a lot of their clients (like me) order them online instead of buying them while they're in the office. Maybe they finally realize how much they're missing out.
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