Convenient, Safe Pet Medications

Carlson Animal Hospital’s in-house pharmacy stocks nearly every medication your pet may need while at the hospital or at home. Pet meds include antibiotics, ear and eye drops, pain management medications, anti-inflammatories, dental health and gastrointestinal medications, and parasite preventives to protect your cat or dog from fleas, ticks, and intestinal parasites.

Support for Dispensed Medications

In addition to supplying medications, we provide complete professional support whenever your cat or dog needs a medication or prescription refill. We will ensure you have clear instructions on how to administer the medication. We’ll even assist you with the first dose, if that is helpful. We’re experts at teaching our clients how to "pill" their pets, dispense eye drops, and the like. You’ll leave our hospital confident that you can manage at-home pet medications, successfully caring for your companion animal once you are home.

Prescription Foods

Available Pet Pharmacy at Carlson Animal Hospital

For certain medical conditions, we may prescribe veterinary prescription food formulas for therapeutic or preventive reasons. Common health issues veterinary diets address include allergies, diabetes, obesity, inflammatory bowel disease, kidney disease, liver disease, and urinary and intestinal disorders. We prescribe Purina, Royal Canin, and Hills brands.

The veterinarians and staff of Carlson Animal Hospital are committed to educating and working with you to keep your pet healthy. Please call us if you have any questions regarding the pharmacy, medications, or any other services.

I am always happy with the service that I receive at Carlson Animal Hospital. The doctors are very compassionate and nice and it makes taking my pet to the vet a lot less stressful experience for me and my animal. The front staff is also very pleasant and efficient, I’ve never had to wait. The vet techs are also very good with my pet. I always feel like my cat will get the best care when I bring him to Carlson Animal Hospital.

– Jillian Foley

CareCredit AAHA