Compounding for a Veterinarian Patient
The ultimate perk for a vet to work with a compounding pharmacy is to enhance the veterinarian’s ability to treat efficiently and effectively patients. Compounding in a “specialty service”. So when veterinarians work with a compounding pharmacy, it broadens their ability to offer a variety of dosage patient-specific in formulation and strength. Lewis Waldrep of Pawleys Island Compounding Pharmacy says, “Compounding can make medicating your pet easier. With help from the pet’s owner, we prepare medication in flavors they accept readily.” Along with customizing the desired flavor, a compounding pharmacy also develops medication per the exact dosage your pet needs. Unlike commercially prepared capsules, when using a compounding pharmacy, you no longer need to divide the contents and cut up tablets.
Top 3 Benefits of Compounding Pet Medications
Medicine in ideal dosage form, strength, and size
Unique patient care is important to a compounding pharmacy. That’s why we work with veterinarians and their patients and clients to find solutions to medication problems. Meeting the specific need of your pet is just one of the many services we offered as a compounding pharmacy. We are here to help you care for your pet, call PICP today.