How to avoid overspending on your pet medication

Here’s how to manage your pet’s drug and supplement costs.

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Make sure you’re using the right medication 2.

Keep your prescription refill list small 3.

Get some help with shopping and stocking your pet drugs 4.

Know what you can do to reduce your pet-drug bill 5.

Get a discount on your prescription 6.

Check your prescription’s expiration date 7.

Know which veterinary drug brands your pet is on, and whether you should be using it or not 8.

Know how to pay your pet bills when they are due 9.

Learn how to buy new pet drugs and supplements 10.

Find the best deals on veterinary drugs and supplement packages 11.

Find out how much your pet may be on your vet’s drug plan 12.

Know when to call your vet for a new pet drug 13.

Keep a vet’s prescription book open to keep track of all your pets prescriptions 14.

Know if your pet has a vet allergy 15.

Know your pet should be on a certain type of drug, and what you should do about it 16.

Make a pet supply list to help manage pet-supply costs 17.

Read the latest pet health information on the internet 18.

Learn about pet-safety tips 19.

Know where to find pet products in the supermarket 20.

Keep track of the cost of your pet medications 21.

Get information on local pet stores 22.

Know the difference between a vet prescription and pet supplies 23.

Find your local veterinarian 24.

Know exactly what your pet can eat when they’re not sick 25.

Know all your pet needs for its health and wellness 26.

Know about your pet insurance policies 27.

Find a pet food supplier 28.

Check out the latest cat food recipes 29.

Learn more about cat care 30.

Find more pet insurance quotes here 31.

Make an appointment with your veterinarian for your pet 32.

Know why your pet took medication or a supplement in the first place 33.

Know that you have the right to sue a vet when they fail to follow the directions of your vet, and how to file a complaint 34.

Know whether your pet qualifies for a vet emergency plan 35.

Find all the local pet clinics that accept pet supplies 36.

Know more about pet health clinics in your area 37.

Find local pet health centers near you.

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Check with your vet to make sure they are eligible for an emergency plan 39.

Check to see if your vet has a pet-spay/neuter service 40.

Know a local veterinary clinic’s hours of operation 41.

Know you can call your local vet if you’re concerned about your pets health 42.

Know to look out for pets with allergies or diseases 43.

Know pet-related scams and scam alerts 44.

Know before you get your pet to a veterinarian 45.

Know and understand pet welfare rules and laws 46.

Know who to talk to when you have a pet emergency 48.

Know everything you can about veterinary drugs 49.

Know any local laws or rules to avoid being charged for pet-pet conflicts 50.

Know anything you can learn from your vet or pet health clinic about your health and well-being 51.

Know just how much a vet or a pet store charges for medications, supplements, and pet-pets’ care 52.

Know these important tips to keep your pet healthy: 1.

Ask your vet what the best pet-doctor-prescription will be for you 2.

Know its cost and the types of drugs it’s on, whether it’s a prescription or a vaccine 3.

Know it will not cost more than $25 to treat a single pet, and it can be cheaper than a vet hospital appointment 4.

Check the price of the drug or supplement in your pet food 5.

Know each brand your pet takes to make your pet as healthy as possible 6.

Know as much as you can before going into the veterinarian for a prescription 7.

Get tips on keeping your pet on a prescription to keep it from developing drug-resistant infections or parasites 8.

Understand what medications your pet will need in order to maintain their health, and which supplements your pet requires 9.

Know with whom you can go for your vet advice 10.

Know enough about pet nutrition to know how to avoid eating more than your pet eats 11.

Know, in general, how much each pet is expected to eat in a given day 12.

Ask for the daily breakdown of how much pet food your pet consumes and how much you should eat for your cat 13.

Know most of your veterinarian’s medications and supplements 14.

Make your pet comfortable at home 15.

Take care of your cat and give her a bath 16.

Know pets allergies and what to do if your cat has an allergy to a certain medication or drug 19.

Learn to make an appointment for your veterinarian to have a cat allergy test performed 20.

Know for certain what medications you can and cannot take 21.

Know up-to-date pet health trends, and where to buy pet-prescriptions 22.

Check if your veterinarian