The Original Pet Pharmacy
The Original Pet PharmacyORDER WITH EASE
 
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.
 
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 or fax it in from their office to 1-888-809-6040
 
4. You may fax or email your prescription to us, however, we cannot ship the prescription out until the physical copy is received in the mail. Contact customer service for more information.
 
PHARMACY STATE LICENSE NUMBERS
 
Please be advised we can only sell prescription medications to the following states:
 
Arizona Y006591
California NRP809
Colorado 5789
Connecticut PCN.0002995
Florida PH23871
Georgia PHNR000182
Hawaii 1077
Illinois 054-016066
Indiana 64000574A
Iowa 3365
Kansas 1-106777
Kentucky NE2169
Louisiana PHY.007574-NR
Maryland P06999
Massachusetts Out of state license not required
Michigan 5301008286
Minnesota 263273
Mississippi 17152
Missouri 2007008321
Nebraska 2999
Nevada PH03481
New Jersey 28RO00110100
New Mexico PH00002455
New York 27509
North Carolina 7871
Ohio NRP021335350
Oregon RP0002464
Pennsylvania NP000774
Rhode Island PHN10997
South Carolina 15254
South Dakota 400-1498
Tennessee 5919
Texas 25898
Vermont 036.0134312
Virginia 214000926
Washington 60467241
Wisconsin 1181-43 
 
POSITION STATEMENT
 
(Approved by AVMA Executive Board, April-2001)
The following recommendations are offered as a guide to prescribing and client purchases:
 
Drug therapy, when medically indicated, should be initiated by the attending veterinarian in the context of a valid veterinarian-client-patient relationship.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
It is within the veterinarian's (not the pharmacy's) purview to determine the medical criteria whereby a drug is indicated.
 
As with any prescription, a written record should be maintained.
 
Use of drugs of foreign origin that lack FDA approval generally is not permitted.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Prescriptions must be collected for prescription-only drugs prior to dispensation.
 
We Cannot ship syringes to New York, New Jersey, US Virgin Islands, California, Connecticut, New Hampshire
 
Our prescription products are the same products sold by your veterinarian. As America’s First Licensed Pet Pharmacy, we dispense only FDA/EPA approved medications.
 
 
STAFF
 
 
Vance Wagner R.Ph & Linnel Podraza R. Ph
We are verified by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. The medication you receive is safe and the dosage is accurate.