Modern pet owners like to purchase their pet drugs online these days. There are many sites on the internet now where one can purchase your pets needs, and usually these are a lot cheaper than purchasing directly from your veterinary surgeon.
Veterinary prescriptions are available by law from your pet’s registered veterinary surgeon and the prescription can then be filled by an ordinary chemist, although these tend not to stock a lot of the specific veterinary medicines which our pets require. We thus end up buying our drugs for pets through a variety of websites.
Once you have the prescription in your possession, it may be scanned or photographed digitally, or simply faxed to your chosen provider of pet drugs. At Drugs4Pets they will accept Word documents, faxed documents, Jpeg files, .tif files, .epx files, or any other image format. Posted copies or faxed copies are also acceptable. Most people send their veterinary prescription in one of these electronic formats, to obtain their drugs online.
Buying Pet drugs from an online shop is very simple and secure these days with the advent of credit card secure sites on the internet. Providers such as Thawte and Worldpay, allow greater levels of card security than ever before through triple-checking of credit card credentials before allowing payment to go through… This can give you that important peace of mind while buying your pet drugs online.
Delivery of your pet drugs online is usually by Royal Mail, though for an additional cost, courier services can be used. There is also sometimes a facility to have pet foods delivered to your door by the online pet drugs merchant. This will normally attract an extra cost, but may be well worth it to reduce the hassle of going to your vets or garden centre to go and purchase your Hills or Royal Canin Waltham Pet Foods.
It is worth shopping around when purchasing drugs for your pets online as several providers now exist. Prices can vary widely and it is worth monitoring various sites to compare prices of the drugs online. Sometimes the cheapest is not necessarily the best and some sites have a poor record of customer service. Good providers will usually answer all follow up queries and will be prepared to replace your goods if stolen or lost in transit, subject to certain conditions.
If you are contemplating purchasing drugs for pets online, why not make sure your prescription is ready well beforehand – this will help process your order more quickly, and allow a smooth transaction with minimal delay.
It is also helpful, when purchasing pet drugs online, to make sure that the surname registered on the website as the orderer and recipient is the same name as that which appears on the prescription. Failure to do this can lead to confusion and delays.