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Hello all, I am not advertising in the slightest but was reading through the forums on many of our fellow rabbiters having to deal with mites/fleas/other pests that can bother rabbits. I take my buns and pets to the vet for wellness checkups, illness, etc., but one thing I've found that is super helpful is Canadapetcare.com. You can order all of your pet medications without a prescription. I've always found it ridiculous you can't buy preventative things for heartworm (dogs/cats/other) and requires a vet prescription. I use the site for all my pets *only* for standard types of medications that you would normally buy and have to see a vet for - anything that requires a diagnosis/assessment, I go to the vet.

I also use it for medication refills - an example would be Apoquel for my dog's allergy (vet did a skin scrape/testing and diagnosed environmental allergies).

Just sharing in case anyone else has struggled with trying to find affordable/available "business as usual" type medications for your buns and pets.

If this post is not allowed, please feel free to remove :)
 
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Hello all, I am not advertising in the slightest but was reading through the forums on many of our fellow rabbiters having to deal with mites/fleas/other pests that can bother rabbits. I take my buns and pets to the vet for wellness checkups, illness, etc., but one thing I've found that is super helpful is Canadapetcare.com. You can order all of your pet medications without a prescription. I've always found it ridiculous you can't buy preventative things for heartworm (dogs/cats/other) and requires a vet prescription. I use the site for all my pets *only* for standard types of medications that you would normally buy and have to see a vet for - anything that requires a diagnosis/assessment, I go to the vet.

I also use it for medication refills - an example would be Apoquel for my dog's allergy (vet did a skin scrape/testing and diagnosed environmental allergies).

Just sharing in case anyone else has struggled with trying to find affordable/available "business as usual" type medications for your buns and pets.

If this post is not allowed, please feel free to remove :)
Thank you so much! My dog’s pills are quite expensive and add up. I will see if they sell them.

A lot of people have a hard time paying for meds for themselves let alone pets so if they can save that is great. I had been required for my dog to take a heart worm test even though he has been on preventative and was tested before we started. About 6 months after we paid for the $50 test so we could keep buying the preventative. It is annoying.
 

FlemishFloridians

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Thank you so much! My dog’s pills are quite expensive and add up. I will see if they sell them.

A lot of people have a hard time paying for meds for themselves let alone pets so if they can save that is great. I had been required for my dog to take a heart worm test even though he has been on preventative and was tested before we started. About 6 months after we paid for the $50 test so we could keep buying the preventative. It is annoying.
Same here! We have never missed a dose of the dog's heartworm prevention but when you go in for a well check, the vet demands (probably not "demands" but insists) you get your dog tested for heartworm. I've never once had a positive case of heartworm when my dogs have always taken prevention. So we also skip that test too, and I show them proof of prevention with receipts. :)
 

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