Important Notice - Effective January 1st, 2020
Butler Creek Animal Hospital will no longer approve any third-party online pharmacy prescription requests via phone, email, or fax due to our promise to provide the best medicine to our patients and care to our clients. We will continue to accommodate our client’s choice to purchase from wherever they like. Please read the three options below to choose which is best for you and your pet.
Curbside Pickup- please allow at least 48 hours to process the request.
Home Delivery- you can order prescription medications, food, and OTC products sourced directly from the manufacturer and have them shipped right to your front door via our trusted online pharmacy.
Request a Written Prescription - which we can Email or provide via Curbside Pick-up
FDA: Buying Prescription Medicine Online: A CONSUMER SAFETY GUIDE
Hot Topics in Veterinary Pharmaceuticals:
Online Pet Pharmacies
Online pet pharmacies are becoming increasingly popular every day with the allure of cheaper prices and quick shipping. We do our best to offer our clients competitive pricing and through our online pharmacy, provide quick and discounted shipping options.
Buying products from a non-veterinary source come with risks though, including fake products and voided guarantees. To protect yourself and your pet, follow these guidelines to lower your risk of scams:
You may have noticed an increasing amount of pet products containing CBD oil or hemp oil popping up all over the internet. Many advertisements and websites claiming to know the "facts" of how these products can help your pet, but what's the truth?
CBD & Pets
Our pharmacy is fully stocked to take care of your pet’s health needs. From short-term treatment of infections and allergies to long-term management of thyroid disease and heart conditions, we can help.
We also recommend and prescribe heartworm, tick, and flea preventatives. Mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks are increasingly common parasites in the Southeast.
Useful Articles and Resources
Here are some of the more commonly asked questions regarding the guidelines and legalities of your pet's prescriptions provided by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA):