As the saying goes, "Membership does have its privileges!" At Pet Supplies Delivered, we want to thank you for allowing us to assist you in caring for your pet. Our rewards program is simple, to the point, and free to join. Simply call 1-800-367-4444 and sign up, once you have your card number, you can enjoy instant savings! The Pet Supplies Delivered RX Pet Rewards card allows you to redeem 5% off every prescription order, If you are placing an order on-line be sure to add your rewards card number in the comments section to receive your discount.
We take your privacy very seriously. There is absolutely no sharing or selling of any information. If you choose to share your email address with us when joining Pet Supplies Delivered Pet Rewards program, you will receive emails from us regarding product specials and promotions.
On your way to the Veterinarian's office? Please print this prescription fax form to take with you.
We want to make your experience in obtaining a prescription as hassle free as possible.
Our Pharmacists are here to assist you every step of the way. It's as easy as 1-2-3-4!
1. Simply provide your pets and Veterinarian's information.
2. We will contact your Veterinarian's office and acquire the prescription for you, saving you the time.
3. Your Veterinarian may phone the prescription in at 1-800-367-4444, fax it in from their office to 1-888-809-6040 or they may e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org
4. You may mail the original copy to us. You may fax or e-mail the prescription to us to expedite your order, we will verify this with your veterinarian and then ship your order. The original copy must be mailed to us so that we have it on file in accordance with the law.
The following recommendations are offered as a guide to prescribing and client purchases:
1. Drug therapy, when medically indicated, should be initiated by the attending veterinarian in the context of a valid veterinarian-client-patient relationship.
2. Drugs may be dispensed or prescribed. Veterinarians should honor client requests to prescribe rather than dispense a drug (AVMA principles of veterinary medical ethics.) The client has the option of filling a prescription at any pharmacy.
3. Clients might be advised to select an Internet pharmacy certified by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy program and its accompanying seal of approval identify to the public those online pharmacies that are appropriately licensed and prepared to practice pharmacy via the Internet.
4. Veterinarians asked by pharmacies to approve prescriptions they have not initiated should do so only if the prescription is appropriate and a valid veterinarian-client-patient relationship exists.
5. It is within the veterinarian's (not the pharmacy's) purview to determine the medical criteria whereby a drug is indicated.
6. As with any prescription, a written record should be maintained.
7. Prescribing veterinarians should assure that information regarding the proper use of the prescribed drug and the risks associated with its use are communicated to the client, regardless of the drug source.
8. Use of drugs of foreign origin that lack FDA approval generally is not permitted.
Please be assured that CSR Company's position is "NOT" to discourage your client-patient relationship with your Veterinarian. The health and well being of your pet(s) is our primary concern. But, as like human medicine, the D.V.M. will prescribe prescription drugs and in turn, the pharmacy will fulfill these requests. CSR Company has a licensed Pharmacy #2597 with licensed Pharmacists. Our Pharmacy is governed under the same rules and regulations as a human drug pharmacy, even though at this time we only dispense animal prescriptions written by licensed practicing Veterinarians.
As always, our Customer Service staff and Pharmacists are here to answer any questions you may have concerning the products and the services we offer.
We look forward to serving you, and thank you for the wonderful opportunities.
For proper methods of disposing unused medications please visit www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm101653.htm
Please be advised we can only sell prescription medications to the following states:
AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, MD, MA, MI, MN, MO, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VA, WA, WI, WY
We Cannot ship syringes to New York, New Jersey, Delaware, US Virgin Islands, California, Connecticut, Delaware, New Hampshire.
For some, using an online pharmacy offers convenience and savings when they are obtaining prescription medicines for themselves and their families. But being an informed consumer is more important than ever when it comes to buying medication online. The majority of websites selling medications are not what they appear to be. NABP has reviewed nearly 11,500 online drug outlets and found that 96% appear to be operating in conflict with pharmacy laws and practice standards. What does this mean?
Buying from rogue online drug sellers puts consumers at risk of:
· Receiving pills that contain such fillers as drywall and rat poison
· Having your financial and other personal information stolen
· Having your email inbox flooded with spam that could infect your home computer with viruses
In the worst cases, people have died from receiving counterfeit medications that didn’t treat their serious medical conditions.
NABP has led the charge in increasing patient safety for quite a while, starting with the Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Sites® (VIPPS®) program that has granted accreditation to safe online pharmacies in the US since 1999, reviewing thousands of websites and providing a “Not Recommended” list since 2008, and becoming the official registry operator for the new .pharmacy Top-Level Domain in 2014.
NABP launched .pharmacy because verifications and logos aren’t enough anymore. Criminals can easily create fake sites and copy fake logos. The sites look professional, authoritative, and credible. In reality, they are providing consumers with substandard or fake medicine. In fact, the World Health Organization estimates that between 100,000 and 1 million people die each year from counterfeit medications. Here are some other startling facts about the prevalence of rogue online drug sellers:
· Every day, 20 new illegal pharmacies appear on the internet, as reported by the Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies.
· 62% of medicines purchased online are fake or substandard, as indicated in a report from the European Alliance for Access to Safe Medicines.
· 89% of illegal online pharmacies do not require a valid prescription, as found through NABP’s review and analysis.
Resources for Buying Safely
Being well informed is the best way to stay safe when purchasing medicine online. NABP offers many resources to help consumers and pharmacists educate themselves, their families, and their communities.
The Buying Safely section of safe.pharmacy provides a list of .pharmacy sites as well as information on spotting rogue online pharmacies.
The Not Recommended List is a list of websites that have been found to be operating in conflict with pharmacy laws and practice standards.
The Resources for Pharmacists on AWARErx.pharmacy, NABP’s prescription drug safety education website, provide downloadable flyers to help educate patients about buying safely online, as well as other important prescription drug safety issues.
The Resources for Consumers on AWARErx.pharmacy provide downloadable flyers to help educate friends and neighbors about buying safely online, as well as other important prescription drug safety issues.