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Can Pawp write prescriptions for my pets?
Can Pawp write prescriptions for my pets?
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Written by Pawp Team
Updated over a week ago

Due to the nature of online consultations and the legal restrictions associated, our team cannot prescribe Rx medications for your pet. In order to be prescribed medication, a veterinarian must evaluate the animal in person and conduct a physical exam.

If a condition requires a prescription, you will need to have one on file with your primary vet or bring your pet in for an in-person exam. This is a limitation due to state regulations but is something we'd love to offer in the future!

Order A Prescription Product In Pawp Pharmacy (With An Existing Prescription)

With the introduction of Pawp Pharmacy, members can now purchase a mix of vet-recommended prescription and non-prescription items! An existing prescription is required to fulfill an Rx item via the Pharmacy. Currently, due to state regulations, we cannot prescribe medications via the Pawp Vet professionals team, nor can we fulfill Rx items without a verified prescription through your regular veterinarian.

Here's how it works:

Step 1: Navigate to the Pawp Pharmacy and find the item you're looking to purchase.

Step 2: All prescription-required items have an Rx label attached to their product image and description. Select Buy Now to begin checking out.

Step 3: After hitting Buy Now, you'll be required to choose your Pet and enter in the information for your clinic. Mandatory information includes the clinic's name, phone number, and address. You'll then enter your address and payment information before hitting Purchase.

At this point, you're good to go, and one of our fulfillment agents will contact the clinic to verify the prescription! If an active prescription for your pet cannot be verified, then the order will automatically be canceled and refunded.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to [email protected]!

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