Alligator to Zebra, at Central Pharmacy we feel that specialty
compounding should have no boundaries
the majority of veterinary prescriptions are dispensed directly from
the veterinarianís office. As with human prescriptions, a large
percentage of these animals will be treated effectively by
conventionally available medications. However, as with people, there
will always be a subset of patients for whom these conventional
medications are not appropriate or which the patient will not take.
does this leave the Veterinarian,
the animal and the owner? Should an animal have to settle for
therapeutic failure just because conventional medications did not
not! At Central Pharmacy, we feel that our veterinary customers
deserve the same right to effective treatment as our regular
customers. As such, they are excellent candidates for
benefiting from our specialty
Pharmacy, our goal in veterinary compounding is to provide
alternatives and offer creative solutions beyond the conventional. We
do this by way of a close working relationship with the veterinarian
in which we fill the veterinarianís need for individualized therapy
for their patients. Our advanced knowledge of compounding allows us to
compound products beyond conventional
products. The result is a very effective team approach with knowledge
bases that complement one another.
you feel that your pet or animal could benefit from our compounding
services and would like more information, please contact one of our
knowledgeable pharmacists. Or, inform your veterinarian of our
specialty compounding services. Together, we can give your little (or
big!) loved one the treatment they need and deserve.
following are examples of solutions which we have used to improve the
treatment of our four-legged, feathered, furry, ........etc..........
friends. The possibilities are limited only by the number of species
of medications in commercially unavailable dosage forms (e.g.
liquids, troches, topical, otics, opthalmics, inhalation
adjustment (e.g. chicken, beef, or liver for canines; fish for
felines; fruit flavors for birds; apple, cherry, or caramel for
of medications in commercially unavailable dosages (e.g. increase
or decrease dose, dosing on a mg/kg basis, sustained release)
of unnecessary or unwanted ingredients (e.g. fillers, dyes,