In-store pharmacies have gone to the dogs with Wal-Mart, Target, Walgreens and Kroger dispensing prescription-only and over-the-counter medications for pets. New $4 generic programs and pet-inclusive pharmacy discounts are welcome relief for pet owners struggling to afford animal care. Veterinarians cornered the pet medication market until about a decade ago when pet scripts began to migrate to online sellers like 1800-PetMeds. Now purveyors of pet food and supplies are shifting the ...
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