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Exclusive distribution of pet medication results in higher prices

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Exclusive distribution to only veterinary clinics results in limited to no competition for many medications Exclusive distribution of pet medication results in higher prices Currently, pet medications are only supplied directly to vets, which leads to higher prices for pet owners. Without direct access to the written prescriptions, pharmacies must spend valuable time (and money)… Read more »

Take Your Dog to Work Day!

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June 21 marks the fifteenth annual Take Your Dog to Work Day! This fun holiday, which is officially “hosted” by Pet Sitters International, is a great opportunity for pet owners to share their love of pets and encourage pet adoptions. Before your pack up your pet and head to the office, try out these tips… Read more »

Summer Pet Safety

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The dog days of summer are almost upon us!  Sunshine and longer days allow us to spend more time with our pets outdoors, so whether your take your pup camping, hiking, or to the beach, keep these tips in mind for a safe summer: Hydrate Your Hound Your dog should consume about one ounce of… Read more »

Good Pet-iquette!

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If you’re like many pet owners, it’s hard for you to leave those sad puppy dog eyes at home every time you run out for errands or a bite to eat.  These days, it’s not uncommon to see pups accompanying their owners to restaurants, bars, nail salons, and more. I think this is great, but… Read more »

WCIU Chicago

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“There is a new coalition, it’s called Advocacy for Pets and Affordable Wellness.  They encourage people to get a prescription from their veterinarian.  It’s also great because you can go to Wal-Mart or Costco and fill your prescription for a huge percentage less than you normally would.  Everyone should go check out APAW.org.”

NBC 11 Baltimore

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“APAW, Advocacy for Pets and Affordable Wellness, always tells us it’s important to be cognizant as to where we store our pet medication.  We have lockable boxes so children cannot get into them.  What is nice about this, is that you can store Vet Guard and VetIQ pet meds right inside.”

Fox 29 Philadelphia

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“APAW, Advocacy for Pets and Affordable Wellness recommends flea and tick medication all year round.  What’s great about it is they push generics because you can afford them.  So instead of the lead brand you can buy from your veterinarian, you can buy these for about $25 at Walmart, Costco and Target.”

Fox 5 Atlanta

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“Check out these testimonials on APAW’s website of people saying they saved $11, $43, even $73 a month.  And for those flea and tick medications, try generic.  You can also purchase that at your local pharmacy, KMart or WalMart.  Because it’s so affordable you are not going to be so discouraged to treat your pet… Read more »