Internet pet pharmacies

(3 Posts)
HaveYouSeenHerLately Wed 10-Feb-16 22:14:44

Does anyone have any experience, good or bad, with internet pet pharmacies?

I've recently rehomed a 6/7yr old cat. The last time I owned/ was enslaved by a cat was pre-internet (and my parents paid!). I'm wondering if there are any significant savings to be made on prescription items and annual stuff like flea/ worming treatments?

Mr Gingerpuss is currently in good health but I suppose I'm planning for the future.

He's not up-to-date with his boosters and research tells me I need to start from square one. I'll be calling round some vets tomorrow for quotes (plus microchipping). He is neutered smile

Vets4Pets seems to offer a lifetime vaccs programme for £99 but I sense there is a catch hmm

cozietoesie Wed 10-Feb-16 22:29:08

I have a vet practice which generally charges fairly - and also has good stock control and reputable sources. I probably pay a little more for meds than if I were to obtain a prescription and Internet-order but I've read some fairly horrific studies on dodgy Internet pet meds so buying from my vet gives me more confidence. That's just me though.

Olinguito Thu 11-Feb-16 18:29:28

I order Synoquin, a supplement for my cat's joints, from Animed Direct:
www.animeddirect.co.uk

I've had a good service from them so far.

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