Veterinary

As a pet owner, you know how difficult it can be to treat your pet with medication. Your cat won't swallow a capsule or tablet. Your dog won't take the correct dose. Compounding can remedy these and many other problems associated with pet medication. Compounding, provides a variety of different formulation options to make medicating easier.

From a large selection of flavors to unique dosage forms and amounts, you can be sure you are getting the medication that perfectly meets all your pet's healthcare needs.
 
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Reducing the Stress of Medication Time

 
Custom compounded medicine allows you to give your pet the exact dose they need, in a dosage form that works best for you and your pet. And it may help reduce the daily stress of medication time.

Alternative Forms

Tired of hiding your dog's medicine in fatty treats? We can provide your dog's medication in the form of a tasty, custom-flavored liquid that mask the taste and smell of your pet's medication.

Is your pet a cat? We also have feline formulations which include topical preparations that can be rubbed into the membranes of the ear. (See transdermal section below)

Compounds for cats and dogs are available in the following custom flavors:

  • Chicken
  • Beef
  • Liver
  • Fish
  • Fruit Flavors
Is your pet a little less furry, more feathery or of a larger or smaller size? We also compound for birds, rodents, rabbits and horses. At Boulevard Pharmaceutical Compounding Center, your pet is important to us too.

Visit today and speak with an experienced pharmacist to discuss your pet medication compounding options. We will work with you and your veterinarian to find the right medication to meet all your pet's healthcare needs.

Transdermal Medications – An Alternative

Transdermal delivery of medication allows owners to administer medications non-invasively. This method of administering medications work well for cats. A measured amount (usually an amount half the size of a pea) of a specially prepared gel is applied to a hairless area inside the tip of the ear. The special gel allows the drug to be absorbed through the skin. This procedure is painless, tasteless, and simple. Your pet may not even know he or she us getting medication. This can lead to better patient compliance and less owner frustration.

However, not all medications are appropriate for the type of administration. Our experience can help you take into account pharmacologic considerations and bioavailability issues prior to transdermal administration.

Have questions? Contact us today!