Rx REFILLS

Request a refill

Please fill out the form through PetPage Portal to refill existing prescriptions.  Please allow at least 24 hours-48 hours for the request to be fulfilled.  Someone on our team will contact you once the prescription is ready for pick up!

Need it sooner than 24 hours?  Call our office directly to get a faster response (we go through certain medications faster than others, we encourage calling ahead for these) and we will do our best to have it ready for pick up.

Need an exam for

next refill?

Prescription medications require a yearly exam by law, so if your kiddo hasn't been in for a while, call us so we can schedule an exam and keep your furbaby current!  

bloodwork for refills

Certain medications effect the organs and in order to make sure we are keeping them healthy, we require regular bloodwork for continued refills.  Short list of a few are as follows:

Benazapril                            every 6 months

(and other heart medications)

Carprofen/Quellin               every 6 months

(NSAID)
 

Insulin                                 every 6 months once regulated

Heartworm Prevention       yearly

Levothyroxine                      every 6 months (4-6 hours post AM pill)

(thyroid medication - dogs)

Meloxidyl                             every 6 months

(pain/anti-inflammatory)

Methimazole                        every 6 months

(thyroid medication - cats)

Prednisone                           every 6 months

(steroid)

SCHEDULE
bloodwork

Cat and Working

COMMON MEDICATION
REQUIREMENTS

Fear Free Visits with Medications On Board

Give medications the night before vet visit and again 2 hours prior to appointment.  

Dog Thyroid (T4)

Blood is drawn 4-6 hours after morning dose.

Cat Thyroid (T4)

No set time frame for blood draw.

Canine Cushings Disease (ACTH Stim Test)

Initial blood draw is 4-6 hours after morning dose.  Pet should be fasted 12 hours (very small amount of food to give pill is fine.)

Dog or Cat Phenobarbital Levels

Blood is drawn 4-6 hours after morning dose.

Dog or Cat Diabetic (Spot Blood Glucose)

Blood is drawn 4-6 hours after morning insulin injection.  Feed your pet normally.

 

Dog or Cat Diabetic (Fructosamine levels)

No set time frame for blood draw.  Fructosamine levels reflect your pet's average glucose levels over the last couple of weeks.

Dog or Cat GI Panel

Pet is fasted 12 hours prior to blood draw.