At Bryan Animal Clinic in Decatur, AL, we offer a pharmacy with many different types of veterinary medication. Having an on-site pharmacy provides your pet with many benefits that veterinary clinics without a pharmacy might not be able to provide. Veterinary medication can treat a wide range of conditions, from allergies to parasites.
Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of an on-site pharmacy.
The Benefits of an On-Site Pet Pharmacy
Using an on-site pharmacy offers several benefits. First, you can get personalized advice from your vet when you get the medication. This could help you administer the medication to your pet more effectively.
Also, the on-site pharmacy at our animal hospital is much faster. It may take a other pharmacy longer to get you your pet's meds. However, you can obtain your pet's medication at our clinic when you visit for an appointment.
It is also important to keep in mind that a vet on our team that has worked with your pet may have more knowledge about your pet's case if they are the ones who dispensed the medication. We can know exactly when your pet started taking the medication, which is important if there are any complications.
Conditions that Can Be Treated with Veterinary Medications
Pets commonly suffer from allergies, just as humans do. Thankfully, effective pet allergy medications have been developed. These medications will lessen the severity of your pet's allergic reaction.
Infections are commonly treated with antibiotics, just as they are in humans.
Pets, especially elderly pets, can suffer from arthritis. Arthritic pets can see significant pain relief from medications that lessen inflammation.
Both dogs and cats commonly suffer from parasites. Thankfully, many infestations can be effectively treated with medications. It is important to get your pet this medicine as quickly as possible if they have an infestation.
Make an Appointment at Our Animal Hospital Today
We at Bryan Animal Clinic in Decatur, AL, are here for all of your pet's medical needs. We can take care of your dog or cat whether they need medication, a procedure, or both. If you'd like to learn more about the medications that we stock and the conditions that we can treat, feel free to reach out via our site or by giving us a ring. We can give you the info you need. We will also help you make an appointment at a time that fits into your busy schedule. Contact us to make an appointment for veterinary care today. Call us at (256) 350-0311 for more information.